Elephantnose Fish ‘Sees’ by Doing an Electric Boogie

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The goofy-looking elephantnose fish “sees” its environment in three dimensions by creating a weak electric field and doing a little shimmy.
Bats and dolphins are deservedly famous for their echolocation, but the elephantnose fish has a different superpower sense—electrolocation.

LINK (Scientific American)

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