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The military has come up with a multitude of ways to utilize robotics, from bomb disposal and recon bots to Avatar-like surrogates. But a robot that takes its cue from squirrels and African birds to deceive its enemies is decidedly novel territory. Researchers from Georgia Tech, who are also worki

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December 3, 2012 at 9:44PM
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Talk about getting into some hot water. Reportedly, some 14 implike squirrels were recently \"arrested by Iranian authorities for espionage,\" as the critters were apparently found to have various amounts of \"spy gear from foreign agencies\" on (er, in) their bodies. Some reports even mention that the

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