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All the planets in one picture...

Definitely doing this with a deer skull

Cartoon Charts of Body Systems - Digestive

Cartoon Charts of Body Systems - Skeletal

Cartoon Charts of Body Systems - Cardiovascular

Cartoon Charts of Body Systems - Nervous

Cartoon Charts of Body Systems - Respiratory

Skeletal preparation of a turtle | ZEISS Microscopy

Deep-sea bottom trawling is killing our oceans!

We are all part of a tree of life that goes all the way back to the first single celled organism. The tree of life is a family tree. The members of a species seem to share an essence because they are descendants of a common ancestor that passed it on. Species fall into groups within groups because they diverged from even earlier common ancestors. Embryonic and internal features are more sensible criteria then surface appearance because they better reflect degree of relatedness. youtu.be/H6IrUUDboZo

Tree of Life - The Meta Picture

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Molecular Bio

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Dandelion Pollen Macro

A Beautiful Collection of Insects - In Focus - The Atlantic

Larval Ocean Sunfish (Mola mola)

Mini Microscope for iPhone4

GFP-positive heart

A kidney stone as seen through scanning electron microscopy (coloured).

Motyxia Sequoiae. Members of this genus are blind and produce cyanide (like most species in the order Polydesmida). One of the most remarkable features of these millipedes is their ability to glow at a peak wavelength of 495 nm.This is the only known instance of bioluminescence in the entire millipede class Diplopoda, occurring only in eight species of the genus Motyxia.

Red blood cells traveling through an artery

In this electron micrograph, a human white blood cell is trapping bacterial cells. This type of cell defends the body against pathogens and other harmful particles by engulfing foreign objects and destroying them with the help of enzymes from the cell's lysosomes.

Purkinje cells, some of the largest neurons in the brain, from a mouse at 40-times magnification.

Biocanvas - Purkinje cells, some of the largest neurons in the...

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CNS

Fluorescence micrograph of a human epithelial cell in mitosis, labeled for alpha tubulin (blue), gamma tubulin (green) and DNA (red). The image was taken with a 100x objective and processed with deconvolution. Honorable Mention, 2004 Olympus BioScapes Competition®.