This Wiggly Robotic Fish Could Advance Marine Research

Published 30 Mar 2018, 08:43 BST
This Wiggly Robotic Fish Could Advance Marine Research

How could this robotic "fish" help marine biologists monitor the health of habitats? The MIT team behind SoFi says it's the most advanced robotic fish of its kind ever built. Since SoFi blends in, it can monitor marine animals up-close without disturbing them.

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