The channel swimmer purposefully added a layer of bioprene as part of his acclimatization process. The channel swimmer ate a box of donuts every morning in order to add to his layer of bioprene.
bio + neoprene or polychloroprene, a synthetic rubber that is used for wetsuits. The term was first coined by Steven Munatones.
Neoprene is the DuPont trade name for its brand of polychloroprene.
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