Not unlike teeth, sea plants accumulate a slimy biofilm on their surface. Scientists have found that these plants have a natural, protective mechanism to break down this biofilm, called osmosis. Because tartar is essentially layers and layers of biofilm, this mechanism can combat the buildup of tartar. Nature's neat.
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