CLEVER ARCHER FISH

October 2006

Archer fish spurt streams of water at a wide range of prey on leaves overhanging the water.  They apparently fine-tune the duration and strength of the spurt depending on the kind of prey they are aiming at. This free article in Current Biology explains it all.

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