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Robotic Wildlife Aid Study of Real-Life Critters
 
By TechUniverse
Though there are few commercial models available, animal researchers are building their own robotic versions of squirrels, lizards, cockroaches and other species in order to better observe their behavior in the wild. They can remotely control their robot adventurers to send specific signals and then observe the responses of the real creatures nearby.



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