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How strong is mantis shrimp punch?

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The miniweight boxing title of the animal world belongs to the mantis shrimp, a cigar-sized crustacean with front claws that can deliver an explosive 60-mile-per-hour punch. The speed of the shrimp's strike has been compared to that of a bullet leaving the barrel of a gun.

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