Modern Human Migration and Echolocating Eels

Scientists have found 80,000-year-old modern human teeth in a Chinese cave, challenging the most widely accepted timelines of human migration. And electric eels use electricity to both attack and track their prey!

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Sources:’s/Albert-Crampton-Electroreception-proofs.pdf tml