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Robofish accepted by wild fish shoal

By T.K. Randall
July 4, 2010 · Comment icon 0 comments



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An experimental remote-controlled robotic fish has been accepted by a wild shoal as one of their own.
Scientists have created a remote controlled "robofish" that sticklebacks accept as one of their own. By controlling the robot, scientists can influence fish behaviour and get wild fish to follow it.


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