How Weird Flies Dive Underwater and Survive a Deadly Lake

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An alkali fly creates a protective bubble in order to dive in toxic and salty Mono Lake. Credit: Floris van Breugel / Caltech Mono Lake in California is three times saltier than the ocean.

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