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Zinc-infused proteins are the secret that allows scorpions, spiders and ants to puncture tough skin

By Robert Schofield, Research Professor in Physics, University of Oregon
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Many small animals make their teeth and claws from a smooth blend of proteins and heavy elements. These materials can form very sharp tools that make it possible to cut tough substances using tiny muscles.

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