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"This little bug can survive in the vacuum of space, extreme radiation and extreme temperatures + and - . And it looks like it's face is a camera. - It's called a Water Bear or... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade - This little guy has science completely rethinking the possibilities of life on other planets."

A macro photo of a waterbear on moss. Tardigrades, commonly known as waterbears or moss piglets, are water-dwelling, segmented creatures with eight legs and measuring just in length.

pine needle cross section

Cross Section of a pine needle. I have seen x-sections before of pine needles, but this is beautiful!

In honor of shark week 2014 - Comparative sizes of sharks in pop culture. :)

How Do the Biggest Sharks in Pop Culture Stack Up?

Muscle Tissue - Imgur

Electron Microscope Image of Muscle Tissue

A cross-section of muscle tissue, surrounded by the extracellular tissue that acts as the connective tissue. Each muscle fiber is joined together by the connective tissue to make up the complete muscle.

2 waterbears

crawlies Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two water bears (or tardigrades, microscopic, water-dwelling creatures) Two water bears (or tardigrades, microscopic, water-dwelling creatures

Tough ‘water bears’ defy intense radiation by apparently wrapping their genetic material in a bizarre protein that can also protect human cells

Tardigrades or "water bears," world’s hardiest animals, has evolved radiation shield for its DNA.

sharkS, WHY I DONT GO IN THE WATER

These people were in danger ( just as well this large shark wasn't a white shark then !

there are other fish in the sea... - (deep sea)(sea life) - #fish #deepsea #sealife

Deep-sea fish:Strange creatures of the sea… >>> imagine your just diving down there, and you turn around and then BAM! Hatchet fish in your face!

Tardigrades, also known as water bears or moss piglets, are microscopic eight-legged animals that live in lichen, moss, dune grasses and in both marine and freshwater sediments. They have bizarre-looking tubular mouths and on each little foot can be found four to eight claws. Technically, they’re not insects, but related to nematodes.

Maggot Fangs & Water Bear Claws: Microscopic Insect Images

Bugs for Jeanie! Microscopic "water bears" ("moss piglets," or tardigrades) that live in both marine & freshwater sediments. Looks like they could be from outerspace.

A cut leaf of a water lily, by Dr. Jeremy Burgess.

Tons of water passes every year through these tiny channels in the stem of the leaf that are invisible to the naked eye.

Waterberen zien er niet alleen schattig uit, ze zijn quasi onverwoestbaar. Zij het een beetje minder onverwoestbaar dan Lieven zei: ze overleven enkele minuten lang temperaturen tot 151°C, niet tot 250°C.

How Does the Tiny Waterbear Survive in Outer Space?

That's a Malayan flying fox, one of several types of fruit bats. They've got super adorable faces, and are completely harmless to humans! Nummy fruit, on the other hand, doesn't stand a chance!  Visit www.factsnmyths.com for more amazing info.

"Flying fox" Pteropus are the largest bats in the world. Fruit Bats or Flying Foxes. Australia looks like a very interesting place to visit; so many odd things are down there.>>>>>>>>Talk about a mega-bat!

Tardigrade head

Tardigrade (Slow walker) also known as Water Bear can survive extreme conditions and can live without food up to 10 years.

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