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Namib Beetle

March 31, 2011
Namib Beetle

In the Namib Desert there is a beetle that utilizes a similar method to the D.R.I.P.S. in order to stay hydrated. The beetle lives in an area that receives only a half inch of rain per year, but it can collect the moisture out of the wind that blows across the land. The insect...
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