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Electric eel powers Tennessee Aquarium's Christmas lights, in shocking use of science

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
An electric eel named Miguel Wattson is shocking visitors at the Tennessee Aquarium by using its blips of electricity to power Christmas tree lights. 
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IT'S ELECTRIC: An electric eel named Miguel Wattson at the Tennessee Aquarium is turning on Christmas tree lights.

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