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BBC News Friday, 6 December 2019
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News video: WATCH: Electric Eel Lights Up Aquarium's Christmas Tree And Tweets About It

WATCH: Electric Eel Lights Up Aquarium's Christmas Tree And Tweets About It 00:24

An aquarium in Tennessee is hoping to shock visitors this holiday season with an electric eel that lights up a Christmas tree. Katie Johnston reports.

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