Kestrel Meters and Biomimicry Research: Desert Edition

We learn a lot from nature. With all of the interesting and diverse climates that exist around the world, desert regions remain unique for their hostile environment of barren, hot, dry landscapes with very little rainfall to sustain living things. Desert conditions make it difficult for most plants and animals to survive. This is one of the reasons the desert serves as a significant biome for field study research. Studying how desert plants and animals have adapted to survive in such a harsh habitat can lead to important insight and scientific discovery – particularly in biomimicry research. Biomimicry involves studying...

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