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These Canadian scientists aren't the only ones looking to nature for inspiration. More and more inventors are also discovering that the natural world contains many useful designs.

Could I say "turning to nature for inspiration" instead of the underlined part without making a change in meaning? Thanks.
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AngliholicThese Canadian scientists aren't the only ones looking to nature for inspiration. More and more inventors are also discovering that the natural world contains many useful designs.

Could I say "turning to nature for inspiration" instead of the underlined part without making a change in meaning? Thanks.
I agree with you.
Thanks, Yoong.

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AngliholicThanks, Yoong.

But are you sure?
Yes.
well, I guess, there might be a slight difference between using "looking" and "turning". Do we imply that they look at somewhere else for inspiration and then turn to nature if we say "turning".