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African beetles beat the heat in the Sahara desert - BBC wildlife

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Uploaded on Jun 4, 2008

Enter the amazing and surprising world of the Namib Desert. This, alongside other African deserts, where water is an unexpected source of energy. When the rains do arrive, plants appear as if by magic, and beetles perform elegant handstands to drink the tiny specs of morning dew that ensure their survival in the blistering heat. From the BBC.

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