Coral Springs, FL, July 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV has discovered research into sea creatures that generate their own electricity, powerful enough to stun their prey. It turns out that the genetic process that converts simple muscle cells into an organ that can generate electrical current is also present in other creatures, including vertibrates such as humans. The electrical stimulation that regulates our heartbeat comes from just such a "genetic toolbox". There are six common species of sea creatures that are able to generate a sizable electric jolt, used to hunt prey, navigate murky waters and communicate with others of their species, especially during mating season. Electric eels are thought to be capable of about 100 volts per foot of body length; up to 600 volts per charge.
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