Elephant fish can see each other's eyes, thus outsmarting predators

Some species of fish are known to create electric fields in the surrounding water. elephant fish (Gnatonimus Pietersi(also called tapirs) have receptors in their skin that allow them to communicate with others of their kind and explore their dark and often cloudy environment. The fish owes its name to the trunk-like end of its mouth, which it cannot move.

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