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In the ocean you may be amazed at some of the astonishing things you shall see if you look close enough in the Deep Sea Trenches of the Atlantic Ocean you could find the Electric Stunfish The Electric Stunfish is a cross-mutant between the Bioluminescence Flashlight Fish and the Electric eel When they are born the males are born sterile but the females are biologically compatible with both the Flashlight Fish and the Electric Eel The fish which is similar in physiology to the eels moves in a fast whip-like motion thrashing back and forth and moving at speeds of nearly 35 miles per hourSharing space with the millions of other species in the ocean it is natural that it has both allies and enemies On the rare occasions that it ventures from its deep-sea refuge the Stunfish finds a symbiotic relationship with the Australian Squid-horse acting as almost a bodyguard in return for a share in the prey Though not seen as regularly hostile the Stunfish holds an almost avid hatred of the popular meal item lobster The life cycle of the stunfish begins as an egg They then hatch at the average size of ten centimeters During their first year of growth they rapidly advance to the adult size of eighty centimeters After that they continue to grow at a constant rate of five centimeters per year and never stop growingThere are a few unique characteristics present in the Stunfish As well as their bioluminescence they have the ability to become translucent however the bioluminescent spots still glow giving it a ghostly appearance Being an offspring of the electric eel it has obtained the stunning qualities Whilst translucent any fish that is touched by the Stunfish is given an electric jolt powerful enough to immediately put any fish of similar size into arrest
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