The Reason Oysters Produce Pearls and the Composition of the Pearl

When an irritant, such as a grain of sand, gets stuck inside an oyster's body, it tries to ease the discomfort by coating the speck in calcium carbonate, which hardens and form a pearl. Pearls are made up of the same luminous, iridescent substance that oysters line the inside of their shells with...

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