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A pearl is a hard object produced within the soft tissue (specifically the mantle) of a living .... Natural pearls come in many shapes, with perfectly round ones being ... Although imitation pearls look the part, they do not have the same weight or ...

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Nov 20, 2012 ... An oyster forms pearls by secreting a mineral substance called nacre and uses it to quarantine an irritant.

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Jan 3, 2012 ... Pearls are formed in Clams, Oysters and Mussels, and are found in many p... ... How did I get here from watching a pearl AMV???. Read more.

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Find out about the history and origins of Japanese Akoya pearls, South Sea pearls, Freshwater pearls and Tahitian pearls.

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How do oysters make pearls, and what is the difference between natural and cultured ... This ligament is positioned where the valves come together, and usually ...

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Jan 20, 2014 ... Pearls come in a rainbow of natural color from classic white to black to blue and even violet! So where do these colors come from? There's ...

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Do you know where pearls come from? They don't grow on trees. You can't plant them. They aren't mined out of the ground either. So where do pearls come ...

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Pearls can come from either salt or freshwater sources. Historically, saltwater pearls were rounder and had a better nacre than freshwater pearls, while ...

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Live oysters below the surface of the sea grow pearls. Gemstones must be cut and polished to bring out their beauty, but pearls need no such treatment to reveal ...