Hamish Jolly:
Un traje anti-tiburones (y no es lo que piensas)

TEDxPerth · 12:32 · Filmed Oct 2013
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Hamish Jolly, nadador australiano, quería un traje de neopreno que disuadiera a un curioso tiburón que pudiera confundirlo con una fuente potencial de alimento. (Lo cual, estadísticamente, es poco frecuente, pero sin duda es un destino que vale la pena evitar). Trabajando con un equipo de científicos, a sus amigos y a él se les ocurrió un nuevo enfoque; no es una jaula de tiburones, no es un traje de malla, sino un elegante traje que se nutre de nuestra creciente comprensión de la visión de los tiburones.

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