Researchers are working on a type of robotic fish they hope to employ to sense and help fight pollution. They are trying to get them to report individual statistics back to a lab, but communicate as a group. These fish will be tested at a port in Northern Spain.
As far as real fish that can combat pollution, that is highly unlikely. They may be able to remove some organic debris, as some of filtering fish that clean fish tanks can. However, it is unlikely that a fish has evolved to thrive off of toxic chemicals, since this did not exist before human influence.
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