What Is a Calcific Density?

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Calcific density is a medical phenomenon whereby the body produces salts of lime. This usually results in hardening of the tissues which may lead into cancerous anomalies. For reptiles and birds, calcific density is important because it enables them to form eggshells that are hard in order to provide protection during gestation.
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