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The skeleton is indeed made of glass, which the animal, Euplectella aspergillum — nicknamed “Venus’ flower basket,” — creates using acid extracted from seawater.
It would be useful to know whether it also would break down in seawater, she adds.
The region is known for thousand-year-old salterns that produce fleur de sel, or flower of salt—salt that forms as seawater evaporates.
While watching them, he noticed how seawater covered open blowholes.
Storm surge is the height to which the seawater level rises as a result of a storm, on top of the normal tidal level.
Whatever stands there could be under seawater in the second half of this century.
Inside, the larvacean’s tail sends seawater surging through the channels in the inner house.
This could, however, only now be looked upon as lost; for the seawater must have spoilt everything eatable.
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His thick, black hair that he had combed straight back with his fingers, dripped seawater on his bronzed, muscular shoulders.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
Clothes that are made wet with seawater, which probably has a little sand in it, are as uncomfortable as crumbs in bed.

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