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The Origami-Like Folds of Ladybug Wings Could Lead to Better Umbrellas - Smithsonian

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The Origami-Like Folds of Ladybug Wings Could Lead to Better Umbrellas
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The Origami-Like Folds of Ladybug Wings Could Lead to Better Umbrellas. Scientists have finally figured out how ladybugs fold their wings. Lady Bug. The tiny creatures can adeptly fold their large wings, tucking them under their spotted forewing.
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