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What chalk looks like under the microscope, and other chalk curiosities from NPR’s Robert Krulwich

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What chalk looks like under the microscope, and other chalk curiosities from NPR’s Robert Krulwich

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    Coccolith plates of calcium carbonate arranged in a sphere.
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    What chalk looks like under the microscope..
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    looks like some kind of eldritch horror blob covered in fangy mouths.
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