Carbon Fibre Fish to Patrol for Polluted Harbours

The yellow fish cutting through the waters of Gijon harbour in Northern spain stands out from the normal marine inhabitants.

Robo fish, made from carbon fibre and metal is scientists latest weapon in the war against polluted waters. This carbon critter works on its own to sniff out contaminated waters sending the information back to shore.

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