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Robots go where man can’t to locate whales

Sunday, January 27, 2013
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The torpedo-shaped underwater robots, called gliders, can read calls from four types of endangered whales and relay their locations in real time. And they can do it in weather too harsh for the plane and boat surveys now relied on to find the whales....

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