Survival against the Odds

The Namib Beetle (Source: https://www.sciencemag.org/ SOLVIN ZANKO/MINDEN PICTURES)
  1. The water loving bumps (hydrophilic) that break the fog to result in droplets that get stuck and flow down
  2. Water-repelling troughs (hydrophobic) that route the water towards the head of the insect

Nature always has a few tricks up its sleeve to solve its problems — more we observe, the more we can apply some of these simple, yet effective strategies to solve our problems!

So, the next time you think that the odds are stacked up against you….You just need to immerse yourself to finding a new approach! Its Natural!

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