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A spiders web must rank as one of the most breathable and lightest fabrics in the world. But they still get condensation on them!
This is because condensation can form on any surface once the dew point is reached. It is also why feathers and fur have evolved to allow condensation to escape.
Its all about thermodynamics!
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