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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) gained its limelight because of the usage of low-cost and communicable intelligent sensors. When the nodes begin to communicate with each other, obviously the energy level drops out, since the battery backup is limited. This is a critical issue needs to be handled. The authors propose to prolong the lifetime of a sensor node through cluster head selection, cluster head recycling and hole detection that is fast and accurate through almost delaunay triangulation. The cluster head is selected by two deciding factors namely energy and number of neighbors.