A Single Drop Of Sea Water Magnified 25 Times

Published 10 years ago

David Liittschweger, an experienced marine wildlife and microfauna photographer, has created a revealing image that illustrates just how much life can be present in a single drop of sea water. The drop of water, which has been magnified 25 times, is home to bacteria, worms, fish eggs, crab larva, diatoms, and a bunch of other microorganism that cannot be seen with the naked eye. The crab larva on the bottom right is especially cute and cuddly! Dive-shield.us even created a diagram labeling some of the organisms found in Liittschweger’s work. (via)

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