Robotic fish aids

Northwest University's robotic fish uses mimics the real life attributes of the Black Ghost knifefish

America’s Northwestern University has developed agile fish robots that it says could lead to vast improvements in underwater vehicles used to study coral reefs, repair oil rigs or investigate sunken ships.

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