New eels are super-charged.

Wow! Scientists found new eels. Zap! They shoot electricity.

Pop! They give a big jolt.

Ka-pow! The new eels make way more power than other electric eels.


Read More: Electric eels live in South America. They are fish that look like snakes. Their slippery bodies make electricity. Scientists found two new kinds of eels. One kind can zap 860 volts of electricity from their bodies. The highest charge from any other eel is 650 volts. Electrical outlets in U.S. homes supply 120 volts of power. God gave eels power to keep them safe from other underwater creatures. “Here is the sea, great and wide, which teems with creatures innumerable, living things both small and great.” (Psalm 104:25)