The electric eel is also an inhabitant of these waters, and has sometimes nearly proved fatal to the strongest swimmer.
They wanted to throttle the electric eel for their own purposes.
Here the electric eel and Perkins steam-gun were exhibited about 1838.
"Son of an electric eel," she said when Tel reached her, her birthmark scarlet.
The torpedo, the ray, and the electric eel are electricians.
There she lies like an electric eel, giving shocks from a distance.
The newspaper is like an electric eel, as one touches it and expects a shock.
His familiarity with the moods of the torpedo (electric eel) seems to be intimate.
Among other remarkable passages is one descriptive of the effects of the electric eel.