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March 16, 2011

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"Why do people collect?" juxtaposes with your earlier post (http://throughthesandglass.typepad.com/through_the_sandglass/2011/03/deepwater-volcanic-sand-overturns-conventional-wisdom.html) reporting forams that specialize in microscopic shards of volcanic glass: "They effectively concentrated the glass samples for us!" Sorting, manipulation of the environment to an organism's advantage, lies very deep in the activities of life.

Sand has been known as the first natural skin exfoliant globally. From limestone white sand to coral based and volcanic based sands it is the loveliest enduring element throughout time.

Sand has been known as the first natural skin exfoliant worldwide. From limestone pristine to barrier centered and volcanic centered beaches it is the most attractive battling factor throughout time.

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