​​How do Electric Eels hunt?

An Electric Eel is a formidable freshwater Predator with the ability to emit a powerful voltage of Electricity underwater to immobilise passing prey. Releasing pulses of electricity has a direct effect on the prey(Fishes) muscles, causing them to twitch or convulse, which gives away their position to the predator. Electric Eels are capable of this feat because they have Electric organs that can store power like a Battery. When an eel plans to attack, thousands of specialised Electrocyte cells within its organs will discharge, emitting a burst of electricity of up to 600 volts. Due to their poor eyesight, electric eels will use the same technique to ward off predators and to navigate in their gloomy freshwater surroundings.