What do bass use their lateral line for?



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    The lateral line is a string of nerves that detect low frequencies and vibrations that allow bass to sense their surroundings. It is similar to an antenna attached to a homing radio device. It is not likely used for feeding, as bass feed from the front, but it does seem to be effective in travelling with other bass as a unit.

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