During storms in the southwestern US, some rattlesnakes drink rain droplets from scales on their backs. This unusual behavior could help them survive in a desert environment with infrequent rain. Now, researchers have figured out how the nanotexture of scales from these snakes helps them use their bodies to harvest rain. Continue Reading... Use this thread to discuss the article above. What are your thoughts about How rattlesnakes' scales help them sip rainwater from their bodies?