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electroreceptors

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  • noun Plural form of electroreceptor.

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Examples

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    American Chronicle

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    American Chronicle

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    American Chronicle

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    UFO and Paranormal News

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    UFO and Paranormal News

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    American Chronicle

  • Sharks have a network of special cells that can detect electricity, called electroreceptors, in their heads.

    UFO and Paranormal News

  • The platypus has evolved a bill, and a very interesting use for it: it has electroreceptors in its bill that can sense the tiny electrical signals emitted by the muscular movement of shrimp.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Aliens want to be liked for who they are, not because they have especially shiny electroreceptors.

    Futuristic Sexual Fetishes for Web-Savvy Weirdos

  • The pores usually act as electroreceptors for the shark to detect nearby prey, but when rubbed they bring on a natural paralysis, which can last for up to 15 minutes.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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