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The striped eel catfish is a species of small fish that typically school together in groups of up to one hundred individuals during their juvenile stage to defend themselves against predators. However, once they reach sexual maturity, they tend to live independently. It is worth noting that while adult striped eel catfish are venomous and capable of inflicting a painful sting, their young counterparts can only produce a less potent version of the venom that causes a tingling sensation in the fingers of those who touch them. It is advised not to touch the school of young striped eel catfish.