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Wolf Enstein
post Jul 15 2016, 02:22 PM
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When swimming in the open ocean, your every movement gives off invisible signals to the fish and sea creatures around you to betray your presence. Sharks, lobsters, crayfish, rays, eels, lampreys, ratfish, lungfish, sturgeons and some dolphins all have the ability to detect these tiny electrical impulses given off by the movement of muscles and the beat of your heart.

But a new wetsuit could allow divers to slip undetected through the water by preventing these signals from being given off, acting like a kind of underwater "invisibility cloak". It claims to have the ability to let divers get close to large predators like sharks that often use this "sixth sense" to detect prey.

The suit can be worn when hunting in forests for deer, elk etc., the same principals of remaining undetected apply. However, some hunters advise wearing the suit below standard camosuits because the "HECS" suit gives off a bright reflection that the animals can easily detect and avoid.



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