(From Bristol Evening Post)
A ROBOTIC shark is settling into its new home with four live specimens at a West aquarium tank.
The two-metre long Roboshark2 will spend up to three years alongside sand tiger sharks at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth.
The new robot is the sibling of Roboshark, developed in Bristol for a BBC TV wildlife special, Smart Sharks.
It featured a hidden camera which filmed live sharks in their natural habitat. During filming, it was attacked by a Great White.
Unlike its successor, Roboshark is operated by remote control which means it cannot swim at the same depths.
People at Plymouth's …