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Monday, 25 April 2011

Development in Fog Harvesting Process May Make Water Available to the World’s Poor

Science Daily
April 21, 2011

In the arid Namib Desert on the west coast of Africa, one type of beetle has found a distinctive way of surviving. When the morning fog rolls in, the Stenocara gracilipes species, also known as the Namib Beetle, collects water droplets on its bumpy back, then lets the moisture roll down into its mouth, allowing it to drink in an area devoid of flowing water.
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