NIH-funded study looks at how sharks have evolved to use electric fields to locate prey

(Natural News) Sharks are able to sense the faint electrical field emitted by an object. Recent research suggests that their electrosensing organ is tuned in an “all-or-nothing” manner that figures out if the object is edible – and if they think it is prey, they will immediately take a bite out of it, an article…

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