Shrimp Set Off an Explosion the Temperature of the Sun
These tiny underwater predators, known as pistol shrimp, can snap their claws together to produce bubbles that reach up to speeds of 100 km/h with temperatures approaching 9900 degrees Celsius--rivaling the temperature of sun. The sound emitted by their snapping claws is also louder than a modern jet engine. Without any direct contact, they're capable of stunning their prey with the sheer sonic force produced. Pretty cool, huh? We think Shrimpboy could give Batman a run for his money. Check it out.
If you keep fish, it's fairly easy to purchase pistol shrimps for your aquarium. Just remember to buy a Goby too--they share a symbiotic relationship.