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Topic - Rebecca Grella
"What Sam found was that, like anyone, after being attacked, you develop a tough skin of shell," said her science research teacher, Rebecca Grella. "These mussels were able to increase their thickness and protect themselves against their predator."
Ms. Grella noted the link between Samantha's challenges and those of the mollusks she studied.