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electric catfish
a freshwater fish, Malapterurus electricus, of the Nile and tropical central Africa, that discharges electric shocks to immobilize prey and defend itself.
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Electric catfish - Wikipedia


Electric catfish is the common name for the catfish (order Siluriformes) family Malapteruridae. This family includes two genera, Malapterurus and Paradoxoglanis ...

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Apr 18, 2013 ... I wanted to feel what it is like to be shocked by an electric catfish. In this video I am shocked briefly by the catfish when I try to lift him out of the ...

A Shocking Tale - The Electric Catfish - Wild Facts


The Electric Catfish is able to produce a pretty powerful shock but you will be surprised to learn everything they can do with this electric pulse.

Electric Catfish: WhoZoo


Diet in the wild: the electric catfish is carnivorous and will eat almost anything meaty and up to half its size. Diet in the zoo: the catfish gets a special mix of ...

How to feed your electric catfish, Malapterurus electricus, with pictures

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Electric Catfish Factoids. Origin. Nile river basin. Sexual Differences. None ( immaterial). Temperature. 75<sup>o</sup> to 80<sup>o</sup>. Attitude. Pugilistic and territorial.

Malapterurus electricus (African Electric Catfish) - IUCN Red List


Range Description: Malapterurus electricus is widely distributed, from Senegal ( and possible Mauritania) to Ethiopia, and along the entire length of the Nile from  ...

electric catfish | fish | Britannica.com


Oct 8, 2008 ... Electric catfish, any of about 18 widely distributed freshwater catfish species native to tropical Africa belonging to two genera (Malapterurus and ...

Malapterurus electricus, Electric catfish : fisheries, gamefish - FishBase


45335); electricus: The electric discharging capacity of this electric catfish is described by the ... Active at night, feeding mainly on fish stunned by electric shocks.