Re: NANFA-- extreme collecting II
Sat, 14 Dec 2002 23:59:01 EST

In a message dated 12/14/02 11:17:58 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> Killing a horse, one would think, would not serve any purpose as it would
> probably kill anything else in the water with it, including itself.
I have read confirmed accounts of people and horses being killed but it might
be from stopping the heart rather than frying the horse. They are supposed to
immune to their own shocks and do kill small caiman and other fish. Since the
water they live in is of very low conductivity a touch might be necessary to
give a killing blow. Like most "dangerous" animals they are probably
exaggerated for macho effect of story telling. Kinda like 50' anacondas and

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