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    Nature (New York, USA) : Zoology: Frogs fog up to absorb water

    Green tree frogs remain active in northern Australia during winter, despite a seasonal lack of rain and surface water. It seems that the frogs (Litoria caerulea) get around this by absorbing water that condenses on their skin — increasing their body mass by
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