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Liquid Robotics to Track Great White Sharks Across Pacific
Great white shark
Robot high-tech increases capacity to observe oceans and monitor marine life
By RBR Staff


The maritime robot’s revolutionary technology increases the capacity to observe oceans and census populations, improve fisheries management models, and monitor animal responses to climate change.

The bright yellow shark-tracking robot designed by Liquid Robotics consists of two parts – a glider that descends 23ft (7m) down into the ocean with a surfboard above.

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