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Once the system had these data, it could track that person’s skeleton.
When his team examined the fossilized embryos, they noticed egg-shaped halos around the skeletons.
It’s all based on coral — small marine animals that build themselves stony skeletons, often on top of older corals.
That light — including its blue wavelengths — can enter and bounce around inside the corals’ skeleton.
As they crawl over the reef, the starfish liquefy polyps with digestive enzymes, sponging up the nutrients and leaving behind a coral skeleton.
Pilloud’s newer findings show similar patterns of those injuries on the skeletons of men and women.
The sun was printing over the floor the shadow skeleton of the juniper-tree by the westerly window.
The mutilated skeleton of a girl was found, which had apparently been in that place for considerably over a hundred years.
A well preserved natural skeleton of this animal was brought home and deposited in the British Museum.
The veriest tyro in natural history would see that at the first glance of the massive skeleton.

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