"Science begets knowledge, opinion ignorance.
We might be un-aware of an electrical and/or magnetic sense in water creatures. It might be common and much more spectacular than vision. Or maybe a sense of smell might be much more informative than imagined. Unlike sight and sound, maybe a history or sequence comes with it.
And even though it's dark, many can sense and react to light. What ever their senses are, they have been successful.
All of our senses seem to be mid range.
We might be un-aware of an electrical and/or magnetic sense in water creatures.
I think we should consider, not only what senses other creatures might possess, but also in what position such creatures might stand to be able to assert a maximum of any sense which might be possessed by any other creature - and whether or not such a sense might be congruent with its own.
How do you investigate the speed of operation of possible alternative senses, when you are entirely unaware of their existence? You cannot invent a telescope to probe "other dimensions" when you do not know such other dimensions exist, or have any means of accessing them.