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    • Robin Schaeffer

      wasp on the water #reddit surface tension...molecular attraction caused by the polarity of the can't make this stuff up.

    • * Mary *

      Surface tension bug on water #stimulus #sciphoto #nature #chemistry - the surface tension from the wasp's feet actually shows in the shadow!

    • A1 Bee Specialists

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    • The Rabbit

      The shadow of surface tension An insect like a wasp or a water strider can rest atop the water, held up by surface tension. This means that the cohesive force of the water molecules sticking to each other is stronger than the force of the bug being pushed down by gravity.

    • Faye Sugden

      amazing pics, amazing pictures, amazing photos, Surface Tension, bee, bee Surface Tension, insect, bee, insect Surface Tension, tension of water surface, nature

    • John Brigham

      A wasp supported by the surface tension of water. The molecules that are on the water surface are attracted only by molecules below and beside them, creating an elastic film on the surface like a thin elastic membrane which can be seen in shadow image.

    • Mira Breland

      Surface tension #bee #wasp #water #shadow #science #surface_tension

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