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The rostral organ of the coelacanth is a large gel-filled cavity in the snout, with three pairs of canals to the outside. It is surrounded by an insulating layer of adipose tissue and innervated by the superficial ophthalmic nerve. Its anatomy and innervation suggest it is an electroreceptive ... - read more
4 years ago. A Rostral organ is a large, jelly-filled cavity in the center of the snout (of a fish), and is thought to be an electrosensory device for detecting weak electrical impulses given off by prey. - read more
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