Remote Control Spy Turtles are Here!

South Korean scientists have been able to control a turtles walking path in a bid to use them for espionage.

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When you are in a war of words, ideology and spying with estranged countrymen to the north, every bit counts. Enlisting these small shelled friends could be just the ticket to finding out about the next potential missile test.

No one in their right mind would suspect these little guys hanging out in the corner of a war room.

Oh, I can think of many more potential commercial uses here, perhaps a recon vehicle for young frustrated men wanting a view into the women's locker room. Go turtles!

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