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Jun 17, 2024

[Answer] 4. From the family Mormyridae, what is the collective name for this family of fish that has an unusually enlarged cerebellum, thereby giving them a brain to body size ratio similar to humans? Remember, this fish never forgets.

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...1. Congo trout 2. nurse shark 3. freshwater elephantfish 4. hyenafish Elephantfish can generate weak electrical fields to help sense their surroundings in muddy river water. Some species also have enlarged snouts to help them find food in muddy African river bottoms, further leading to the moniker.




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freshwater elephantfish:


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