In 2018 the Columbia Engineering team has discovered that the fibers produced by Madagascar Comet Moth have impressive cooling properties along with capabilities of transmitting light signals and images. They have been discovered as the best natural fibrous material to block the sunlight. These fibers can be potentially used as biocompatible and bioresorbable material in biomedical operations. Mainly these fibers have a future ahead of them as being used to create very thin clothing with "air conditioning." The thin clothing would have sweat evaporation and air flow between the person wearing it and they're exterior in addition to radiation body heat to their exterior. Another exampled of circular economy and discovery in the new age. This is probably something that could be created by modern day technology but how cool using nature create a new innovation!