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(Photo by Silke Baron) A peacock mantis shrimp is seen in the Andaman Sea off Thailand. The club-shaped “fingers” that the shrimp uses to crack shells of shellfish and kill prey are seen in front. The intricate design of those clubs served as partial inspiration for a materials breakthrough involving UT.

(Photo by Silke Baron) A peacock mantis shrimp is seen in the Andaman Sea off Thailand. The club-shaped "fingers" that the shrimp uses to crack shells of shellfish and kill prey are seen in front. The intricate design of those clubs served as partial inspiration for a materials breakthrough involving UT.

(Photo by Silke Baron)
A peacock mantis shrimp is seen in the Andaman Sea off Thailand. The club-shaped “fingers” that the shrimp uses to crack shells of shellfish and kill prey are seen in front. The intricate design of those clubs served as partial inspiration for a materials breakthrough involving UT.

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