Cone snails might not seem like deadly predators, especially when you consider how easily a fish could outswim them. However, these snails await the cover of darkness to prey on sleeping fish. They appear to release paralysing chemicals before using a venomous barb to finally put the fish out of its misery.
Available since: Wed 4 Jan 2012
- Series Producer
- James Brickell
- Monty Halls
- Executive Producer
- Neil Nightingale
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