What a Thorny Devil and Camel Nose Can Teach Us About Water


See on Scoop.itSustainable Livestock Agenda SLA

“Within our bodies and our societies we use water as a solvent, transporter, heat conductor, coolant, buffer, lubricant and structural component. Adapting to a new conservation-based prosperity will mean figuring out ways to make water work more efficiently. Adapting is something that nature does very well, and because organisms have occurred in water for billions of years, there are many examples of clever tactics.”

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