Study of clingfish could lead to better suction cups

05/3/2013 | LiveScience.com

Biologists have discovered that clingfish use tiny hairs on their bellies to generate adhesive forces up to 230 times their body weight. The fish cling to rocks and other surfaces to survive in the strong waves of the Pacific Coast in North America. Researchers hope to use their research to create better suction cups.

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