Meet the robots inspired by nature on a Robotic Safari

An underwater turtle that is designed to help archaeologists investigate shipwrecks, has gone on show in the UK for the first time.U-CAT was created by engineers in Estonia to dive to inaccessible places too dangerous or deep for humans.It is part of the Science Museum’s Robot Safari exhibition that runs over the weekend and showcases 13 machines inspired by nature, including a flying bat, glowing fish and even a tumbleweed.The robot was designed with fins instead of propellers so it can still be driven in all directions without disturbing water and beating up silt from the bottom, which would decrease visibility inside the shipwreckThe U-CAT