Robotic ancient reptile debuts to promote environmental protection
Taipei, Sept. 7 (CNA) A five-meter-long life-like robotic tanystropheus, a reptile from the Middle Triassic period, made its world debut in Taipei Saturday, conveying the idea of environmental protection and a call for marine biology conservation.
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