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Water Light Graffiti is an art installation made up of thousands of LED lights and designed by Parisian artist Antonin Fourneau. When water contacts the LEDs, they light up. Once the water evaporates, the art disappears.
As if dugongs didn’t have enough to worry about with their seagrass meadows disappearing, they also live with tiger sharks.
The Osaka Station City water clock displays time and other artwork with timed droplets of water.
Brittle stars, a type of starfish, have an interesting method of locomotion using just two of their five legs.
Here’s an interesting video from National Geographic showing the science behind barefoot waterskiing – and, by extension, waterskiing with skis on.
The next version of SimCity, available in 2013, will give the user a bit more control over water management. The video shows not just water distribution, but groundwater levels and pollution traveling from industrial sections of the city to the residential areas and the effects on the economy from pollution-related illnesses.