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Published on Sep 16, 2012
See also: Hexbug Aquabot (Fall 2013). Here's a closer look at Robo Fish. About the size of a bass lure, these robotic fish were developed in New Zealand. They are powered by two button-cell batteries (included) and cost $10 each. The rubber tails can be pulled off and used on different fish. The tail motion is randomized, which gives a lifelike swimming motion. One set of batteries gives about two hours of continual swimming time; an extra set of batteries is included in the package. By Zuru Toys. www.zuru.com, $9.99. Best for ages 3-up.