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Scientists have found one to water . It is a new that collects water from the air. They got the idea from a that lives in an African desert. The deserts in Namibia are very dry, but the Namib beetle is an at surviving in dry . Its shell is covered in small bumps that collect of water from the air. It is enough to keep the beetle . Scientists studied the shape and material of the bumps. They now want to make their materials that can collect water from the air. This will help people who live in very dry .

The scientists say this could help in many areas of our life. They said it could help power . It could also help with heating and air . One scientist, Philseok Kim, said: "Thermal power plants, for , rely on [things] to quickly convert steam to water. [Our] design could help speed up that and even allow for operation at a temperature." Another , Joanna Aizenberg, said she was looking forward to getting more new technologies from . She said: "Everybody is excited about bio-inspired materials ."

 
 

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