Mitsubishi Heavy Industry Ltd. made the world’s first radio-controlled robotic fish called Coelacanth. The robot can swim to see visitors and recharge itself when the battery becomes low.
Ryomei Engineering, along with two companies, developed a robotic carp called Nishiki Koi. It can swim in reverse, observe oceanic fishes and can survey oilrigs and pipes for damages.
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