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These thin, flexible exoskeletons are made out of two sheets of polyester with a heat-sensitive layer sandwiched between them.
To grow larger, tarantulas must form a new exoskeleton and shed their previous, smaller coverings in a process called molting.
The first exoskeleton the cube puts on allows it to walk.
Primer can shed the walk-bot exoskeleton when exposed to another solvent.
Viewing the CT scans, the beetles’ guts come into full view, showing their complex tracheal system and exoskeleton.
The combat suit also features a powered exoskeleton that assists the wearer in carrying heavy loads, lowering fatigue.
Workers Flex a New Technology Lowe’s exoskeleton helps store workers with heavy lifting.
Why does a retailer that sells faucets and ceiling fans have an interest in futuristic exoskeletons?
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exoskeletalplay \-ət-ᵊl\ adjective
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