You might also like pins from these topics




There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
She used Pinterest to step up her style
Join Pinterest to find (and save!) all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
billion Pins
to explore
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • St.Joseph groep 7

    Dit is plankton je ziet het misschien weleens als personage bij Spongebob. dit eet de kwal dagelijks. plankton is ook in heel veel verschillende soorten kleuren en vormen. SheenaÏ☺

  • Mission of Mermaids

    Save the Plankton! Photo from the Tara Ocean Expedition (

  • Wesley Santos

    Jóias do fundo do mar...

  • Steven Mandzik

    Scientists discover 2 million new plankton species - on a 2.5 year ocean voyage

Related Pins

Check out these spectacularly beautiful images of the ocean’s smallest, weirdest creatures

Diatom Bacillariophyta (by Luis Gutierrez Heredia), at Planet Magazine.

Amphipod. (By Luis Gutierrez Heredia, at Planet Magazine.)

Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop

Fractal symmetry - Fossilised ancient single cell organism, Radiolarian, one of the first forms of life on the planet. Photographed using SEM at 1700 x magnification

Calcite: clears the room of negative energy; connects emotions with the intellect; calms the mind while stimulating discernment, analysis and insight; great memory enhancer | #perspicacityparty #magicgeodes

Summary of the top 5 'habitable planets'. Ps. Things are advancing so fast with recent discoveries with the Kepler Probe that we now already have an even stronger candidate than these five, Kepler-186f (see next pin on this Board), inside the Goldilocks Zone for the Red Dwarf Star it orbits & just 10% more massive than Earth. Place your bets please!

All the planets in one picture // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures

Marie Curie imagined human souls to look a lot like members of Pterocorythidae as Ernst Haeckel had illustrated them. "Perhaps," she'd muse, "they faintly glow like the Polonium or Radium I carry in my pocket to withdraw and admire in darkness."