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macro of shark's skin         Looking at the World through a Microscope (Part II) | Bored Panda

Looking at the World through a Microscope (Part II)

Did you know this is what shark skin looks like close up? This is a picture of shark 'dermal denticles'. Great adaptation, it is what causes shark skin to feel like sandpaper.

Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of squamous cell carcinoma (cancer) cells from a human mouth. The many blebs (lumps) and microvilli (small projections) on the cells' surfaces are typical of cancer cells.

Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of squamous cell carcinoma (cancer) cells from a human mouth. The many blebs (lumps) and microvilli (small projections) on the cells' surfaces are typical of cancer cells. ~ Our World Through A Microscope

Fly's eye, Looking at the World through a Microscope (Part I) | Bored Panda

Looking at the World through a Microscope (Part I)

Can You Make It Through This Post Without Having Your Mind Blown? And here's what sand looks like under a microscope:

Can You Make It Through This Post Without Having Your Mind Blown?

Grains of sand magnified 250 times its original size. Amazing that our God took the time to make every grain of sand unique. That is a bunch of grains.

Grains of sand under a microscope

Super Magnified Grains of Sand Become Dramatic Works of Art

Grains of beach sand magnified to 250 times real size - by Dr Gary Greenberg

Neat!  We have our own digital microscope at school to do this, but it'd be neat to peek at bugs we don't have access to in our area.  Link: http://bugscope.beckman.uiuc.edu/

The Bugscope project provides free interactive access to a scanning electron microscope (SEM) so that students anywhere in the world can explore the microscopic world of insects.

Butterfly egg

'Hidden Miracles of the Natural World', A TED Talk on the Power of Time-Lapse, Slow Motion and Microscopic Imagery

This film by Louie Schwartzberg is spectacular. He bends the boundaries of time and space with high-speed cameras, time lapses and microscopes at with his film titled "Mysteries of the Unseen World.

Red-blooded Tyrannosaurus rex - 20 years ago, paleontologist Mary Schweitzer made an astonishing discovery. Peering through a microscope at a slice of dinosaur bone, she spotted what looked for all the world like red blood cells. It seemed utterly impossible—organic remains were not supposed to survive the fossilization process—but test after test indicated that the spherical structures were indeed red blood cells from a 67-million-year-old T-rex. Read about her subsequent findings...

Tyrannosaurus rex - Molecular Analysis Supports Controversial Claim for Dinosaur Cells

Delphinium-pergrinum seed, at the Millenium Seed Bank as seen in the new book "Seeds: Time Capsules of Life"

Amazing Close-Ups of Seeds

Seeds - Time Capsules of Life - Rob Kesseler & Wolfgang Stuppy

Microscopic pic of a butterfly wing -- looks like aqua rose petals!

Brandon Broll: Microcosmos

/ C O L O U R / Butterfly scales. Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of scales from the wing of a peacock butterfly, Inachis io.

Red Blood Cells under a microscope. No wonder Cheerios are good for you. ha!

Red Blood Cells under a microscope. No wonder Cheerios are good for you.<<<I always thought that red blood cells in my science book looked like those noodles in sauce with the meatballs XD

This is it boys and girls. Insect Scales, Pollen, Hair, Manmade Fibers, Fungal Spores, and Dander

Pollen!

Household dust which includes long hairs such as cat fur, twisted synthetic and woolen fibers, serrated insect scales, a pollen grain, plant and insect remains. Magnification 22 million times.

magnified sand grains

10 Amazing Microscopic Images - microscope images, microscopic

In a Grain of Sand Credit: Yanping Wang Beijing Planetarium Beijing, China Bet you didn&apos;t know how shapely sand could be. These grains took place in the 2011 Nikon Small World contest.

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