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Three autonomous robotic fish are swimming along side the real deal at the London Aquarium. Develop by a team of Essex University chav and chavettes scientists, the 20 x 6 x 5-inch fish can swim at a rate of up to 20-inches per second for a few hours before needing a recharge. Eventually, Essex scientists hope to doll-up the fish in Burberry and prison white kix smarten-up the fish to find their own charging station. The scientists boast that the fish looks so life-like that people "get confused and think it's a real fish." Oi Britney, yafta be zaggeratan. Glittery rhinestones aside, they do look the part in the vid.

[Thanks, gabriel]

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