Watch This Cymbal Player's Crazy Moves at Football Games
Couple Chase Suspected Kidnapper After Amber Alert
Is This $350 Umbrella Really Indestructible?
Published on 6 Dec 2019, 16:21
The holiday spirit is in full swing at the Tennessee Aquarium, where Miguel Wattson the electric eel that has been lighting up the space’s Christmas tree with its shocks. A team devised a system that translates the shockwaves inside his tank to the lights on a nearby tree in time for Christmas. When Miguel is searching for food or is excited, he generates more energy and produces a stronger flash shown on the string lights. InsideEdition.com’s Johanna Li has more.
Video: Quiet stretch of weather throughout work week
5 Slithery Stories About Cobras
VIDEO NOW: Westerly police on the scene of a deadly shooting
Firefighters see son of late colleague off on first day of school
A Presidential Debate Online Would Be Gigantic
Watch Company Launches Response To Gillette ‘Toxic Masculinity’ Ad; It Goes Viral
Trump Threatens to Shut Down Media That Criticizes Him
RI lawmakers discuss infant deaths report.
Full Show 1/26/2015: America’s Real Deficit Problem
Watch: Officials discuss crash that killed basketball player Kobe Bryant
LA County Sheriff discusses helicopter crash that reportedly killed Kobe Bryant
NTSB to begin investigation into deadly helicopter crash
Pete Buttigieg explains why Trump should be removed from office
Defending Jeffery Epstein to Defending Trump
OTR: Fallout from Gov. Baker calling Rep. Pressley's MLK speech a rant