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Today on In Case You Missed It: Hundreds of thousands of whale calls from a seafaring science journey in 2006 have finally been analyzed, resulting in proof that whales gather by species when feeding. Police officials are likely highly interested in the drone catching net, that launches from a large black metal tube that puts bazooka's to shame, taking out drones up to 100 meters away. BMW's new concept car (the Vision Next 100) can subtly shift its shape near the wheels and of course has AI and augmented reality sensors for days.
You can see a video of the newly discovered octopus species that doesn't yet have a name, read about Ray Tomlinson and learn more about the thing we can't not hate, the biēm butter sprayer (which of course, is on Kickstarter). As always, please share any interesting science or tech videos, anytime! Just tweet us with the #ICYMI hashtag to @mskerryd.
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