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August 29, 2012


Researchers have used a video game projected into a fish tank to study the behaviour of predatory bluegill sunfish.

(Thanks to Mark Buckley)


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Angry fish?

If it works, they'll be half way to keeping Joe Biden occupied and out of mischief.

I have a brother in law who does nothing but play video games that would need a year in a good junior college to get his IQ high enough to qualify as a bluegill

What? Get better at the game? If the fish were smart they would quit the game once they realized the dots weren't edible. Myself, I never attack dots that are traveling in groups.

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