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Central tooth from an Argentina snail’s radula (Trophon geversianus), which is part of its feeding apparatus. It was scanned in a synchrotron at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), which is a particle accelerator in France. The teeth are used to drill through the shells of bivalve prey.
Researcher Credit: Dr. Jen Bright, USF Geosciences