Have a look at this fish called the Archer fish. It does exactly what the name suggests. It aims at targets and in place of an arrow it shoots out water with a precision so as to dodge its prey [like any insect sitting on a nearby leaf ] surprisingly into the water.Yes, that is what is shown in the picture below.
The fish not only can shoot water for distances fairly greater than 10 times its own length, but also has the ability to understand the stability of its prey on the surface and simultaneously manipulate the stream of water it shoots. Immediately after shooting, the Archerfish wastes no time in perfectly positioning itself to catch its falling prey. Check out the video.
[image: Shelby Temple, University of Queensland, wikipedia.org]