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The Creation Of The Pearl
The Creation of the Pearl - A foreign body in the mollusk
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The Pearl Guide.Com
Pearl-Guide.com - Cultured Pearl information and Pearl Forums Pearl-Guide.com - Pearl Forum Pearls Pearl Farming
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Newtons Apple Teachers Guide
Black Pearls A teaching activity from Newton's Apple about how pearls are formed and what makes them valuable.
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Black Pearls
Black Pearls - A teaching activity from Newton's Apple about how pearls are formed and what makes them valuable.
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Pearl Cultivation
"The art of pearl cultivation is a long and delicate process. ..."
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Pearls And Other Organic Gems
Pearls - What are pearls How are cultured pearls different from natural pearls Pearls are known to have been used in jewelry for over 6000 years!
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Wikipedia
Pearls - "A pearl is a hard, rounded object produced by certain animals, primarily mollusks such as oysters. Pearl is valued as a gemstone and is cultivated or harvested for jewellery. The pearl is also the birthstone of June...."
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