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Spitting archerfish shoot at prey above and beneath the water bit.ly/2kaXE3L
Smart buildings predict when critical systems are about to fail bit.ly/2jVayzC
Robot skin senses warm bodies like a snake locating nearby prey bit.ly/2k9jocx
 
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