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Robo fish to study the world's reefs

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https://www.inverse.com/article/42628-mit-csail-robot-fish-sofi
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The main reason this little fish was developed was to observe different species of fish unobtrusively. This way scientists can gather accurate data of how aquatic animals actually behave in their natural habitat, without worrying about traditional clunky equipment scaring them off.

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sorry to revive a bit of an old thread...

that's cool.. I particularly like the 'face'  lol lol

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