"Bignath" (two jaws)
This predator is an ambush predator that often lays in wait at the bottom of mangroves or other shallow bodies of water much like a crocodilian. The tendrils are allowed to drift in the current completely exposed, the extra long highly sensitive hairs pick up any movement from prey and the pores detect the electrical current. Armed with these "super sensors" the animal has a nearly perfect kill percentage, save for the few exceptionally quick morsels. Needless to say, these predators would take an unsuspecting Gapuri swimmer without hesitation. They would be a satisfying meal for a good week or so.