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Collective mechanism of the schools of fish
In a school of fish, each individual only responds to the reactions of its nearest neighbor. This collective mechanism, rarely suffering from incidents, is the secret of the school's organization. The fish of a school have the same reflexes as motorists in a line of cars, who decelerate when a vehicle comes in front of them and accelerate when a motorist is likely to hit the back of their car.
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