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RAW VIDEO: Cheetah Robot Gallops at Record Speed

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March 7, 2012
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Boston Dynamics, a Mass. high-tech company has unveiled a cheetah robot prototype that it says gallops at more than 18 mph, a land speed record for legged robots.


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