The electric eel is the most shocking animal on Earth — no other animal packs such a big charge. If attacking a large prey, a 9-foot-long eel can discharge about 800 volts. One zap could stun a human. The larger the eel, the bigger the charge. The electric eel has thousands of electric cells running up and down its tail. Vital body organs, such as the heart, are packed into a small space behind the head. They use their electric sense to "see." Their electric sensors act like radar. They send out weak impulses which bounce off objects.
CAN WE TRY EXTRACTING ORGANIC ELECTRICITY BY STUDYING THE CHEMICALS IN ITS BODY CELLS THAT PRODUCE THAT ELECTRICITY?