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Good news for all of you hoarding squid beaks ...
Squid beaks may have medical application - Yahoo! News
"WASHINGTON - The razor-sharp beaks that giant squids use to attack whales — and maybe even Captain Nemo's submarine — might one day lead to improved artificial limbs for people.
That deadly beak may be a surprise to many people, and has long posed a puzzle for scientists. They wonder how a creature without any bones can operate it without hurting itself."
Re: Good news for all of you hoarding squid beaks
Ya know this very question has kept me up many nights wondering how the squids accomplished this feat.
Thanks for posting.