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The World: Inside a bug's stomach

Insects trapped in amber have long provided a window on the prehistoric world. Now, scientists in France are using new techniques to open that window further. With a particle accelerator called a synchrotron, they can look inside opaque pieces of amber to create 3-D models of the insects inside. The scientists can even peer inside those insects to figure out what they ate. Ari Daniel Shapiro reports.
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