Following the news that the operators of the UK’s Sellafield nuclear plant have somehow managed to lose control of their remote-controlled nuclear waste management robots, let us introduce you to Reactorsaurus

A remotely-operated 75-tonne machine nicknamed Reactorsaurus is to rip out the inner workings of a dinosaur of nuclear power production.

Weighing in at 75 tonnes and with arms 16 metres long, we’re hoping Reactorsaurus doesn’t get ideas of his own and go rogue like his robotic colleagues at Sellafield. Still, that’s nuclear power for you - so dangerous you need to think about building gigantic robots to clean up.