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Restaurants have been known to recycle glass bottles and even compost their food. Now, some are recycling items that aren't usually thought of as recyclable: oyster shells. One local operation, made up of restaurants and scientists, is turning old oysters into new ones--and giving the entire species a second chance in the process.

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