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One More Reason Sharks are Awe-Inspiring

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A shark’s snout contains tiny pores, known as ampullae of Lorenzini, which can sense weak electric fields from prey. Now, new research indicates that a jelly inside the pores is a highly efficient proton conductor. According to Science News, sharks have a sixth sense that helps them locate prey in murky ocean waters. But the jelly is the best biological proton conductor discovered so far.

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