In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces | Atlas Obscura

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces | Atlas Obscura

Albatross boluses for dissection ("seagull hairballs"). Discover how much plastic there is in the ocean, and what we can do about it. Also, squid beaks!

Albatross boluses for dissection ("seagull hairballs"). Discover how much plastic there is in the ocean, and what we can do about it. Also, squid beaks!

Scientists build material that mimics squid beak: Promising step toward safer, more comfortable implants

Scientists build material that mimics squid beak: Promising step toward safer, more comfortable implants

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Scientists have created a new material inspired by squid beaks, that could be used in medical implants.

Scientists have created a new material inspired by squid beaks, that could be used in medical implants.

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

In Search of Ambergris, a Highly Prized Slurry of Squid Beaks and Whale Feces

Know what sea creature this is from? Well it's providing inspiration for medical devices. Read more here: http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/squid-beaks-provide-inspiration-for-medical-devices

Know what sea creature this is from? Well it's providing inspiration for medical devices. Read more here: http://www.advancedaquarist.com/blog/squid-beaks-provide-inspiration-for-medical-devices

Squid beak (left) is for tearing. Octopus beak (right) is for crushing. fyi

Squid beak (left) is for tearing. Octopus beak (right) is for crushing. fyi

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