Snails that eat colored construction paper will, um, excrete a colorful material that can be woven into things.
The slow, slimy movements of these mollusks are turned into gorgeous works of art.
Snails — you know those slimy mollusks (they're not bugs or insects) with the hard shells that move reaaally slow? Yeah, scientists at the Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York want to harvest the electrical power from their blood after they've been implanted with biofuel cells. So much for being worthless slugs.
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