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Cheetah-Cub Robot Created: See Other Nature-Inspired Machines

Scientists are creating robots that mimic fish, snakes, flies, and more.

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The cheetah-cub robot was designed by Swiss scientists to move like a cat.


Image of the 125 Anniversary logo What runs and hops much like a nimble house cat but has no head? An experimental cheetah-cub robot, currently covering new ground for scientists learning how to make four-legged robots move more efficiently.