Archerfish can distinguish animals from nonanimals—even if they’ve never seen them before | Science

The archerfish is one of Southeast Asia’s deadliest sharpshooters. When a tasty insect or spider catches its eye on the banks of a mangrove forest, the small, striped swimmer fires a precise, high-powered jet of water from its mouth, knocking the bug into the river, where it can be gobbled up. To do so, the … Read more