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Mystery behind the strongest creature in the world
Date:3/10/2008

recent years have been refined to yield great depth and therefore help to create three-dimensional images of miniscule structures.

Marie Rassart, who did the research at the University of Namur, said, The sort of structural behaviour displayed by the Hercules Beetle could be an important property for intelligent materials. Such materials could be put to work as humidity sensors. This could be useful for example in food processing plants to monitor the moisture level.


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