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Neutralising sea mines is a tough job. We're using digital #tech  to rapidly update our specialist mine neutraliser system, Archerfish. Find out more ➡️ .0 #Industry4  #Innovators  @EPSRC 

BAE Systems@BAESystemsplc  / @BAES_Maritime ) has been awarded a contract worth up to £87m by the US Department of Defense @DeptofDefense ) to manufacture and deliver Archerfish mine neutralisers for the US Navy@USNavy )

@BAESystemsplc to supply Archerfish mine neutralisers for the US Navy in a EUR 95 million contract with US Department of Defense $BA #defence  #mineneutraliser  #minesweeping 

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BAE Systems: Archerfish is a remote-controlled underwater mine neutraliser that can be launched and operated from a surface ship, helicopter or an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) $BA #defence  #mineneutraliser  #minesweeping 

Archerfish is used by the US Navy’s MH-60S Helicopter squadrons (AN/ASQ-235) as part of the Airborne Mine Neutralisation capability, deployed from the Littoral Combat Ship $BA #defence  #mineneutraliser  #minesweeping 

Dr Brooke Hoskins, BAE Systems: Archerfish's world-leading capability and outstanding service with the US Navy makes Archerfish a highly attractive proposition to other major naval forces around the world $BA #defence  #mineneutraliser  #minesweeping 

DYK some animals have the same powers as Pokémon? Scientists “choose them” because those traits teach us about evolution, genetics - even biomechanics for robots. #PokemonDay  ✅The electric eel⚡️like Pikachu ✅Bears that hibernate like SnorlaxArcherfish spit 💧 like Squirtle

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The archerfish knocks its insect prey out of over-hanging branches with a stream of spit.

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Archerfish can recognize human faces in 3D. The finding suggests this visual ability may be more “primitive” than scientists thought.

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In the wild, archerfish spit to knock prey into the water. In the lab, researchers applied their sharpshooting abilities to test cognition. Here's how it worked

The archerfish knocks insect prey out of over-hanging branches with a stream of spit. (Image: Shelby Temple.)

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Archerfish hunt their prey by spitting at them. (Photo by Shelby Temple.)

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Spitting archerfish shoot at prey above and beneath the water

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The sharpshooting archerfish shoots down unsuspecting bugs with its built-in water cannon >>

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Archerfish are the Robin Hoods of the aquatic world - and they're in an arms race

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How archerfish shoot powerful jets of water at their prey:

How archerfish shoot powerful jets of water at their prey:

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