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U.S. Government Has Spent $682,570 to Study ‘Shrimp On A Treadmill’

Reports of $500,000 of taxpayer funds to study a project that has shrimp running on a treadmill hit the headlines early in 2011. A recent report now shows that $682,570 in grants has been awarded to the research effort.

Watch Video Here: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/us-government-has-spent-682570-study-shrimp-treadmill

Read more: http://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=121887&org=NSF

(Photo) While walking on a treadmill, a crab’s vital signs are measured to help define its fitness level.
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