What do a desert beetle, a cactus and a pitcher plant have in common?

The answer is they all have their own ways of collecting water from the atmosphere.

Inspired by the processes used by these organisms, researchers have now designed a new material to collect water droplets from the air.

Plants and animals living in the desert have adapted to their dry environment, evolving different mechanisms that can collect water from the air.

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