Scan by LOZ-Elisrilianfan on DeviantArt ~ BECAUSEIMTRASH! ok but lisTEN: Link taking Zelda to Ordon for a holiday, cause the poor thing really needs a break, and she just relaxes so much and "lets her hair down" so to speak, and Link sees her as she really is for the first time and he doesn't know what to do with it and its really cute and i'MmmmmmmmmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
SAGE - A1084696 - - Staten Island *** TO BE DESTROYED 08/13/16 *** STRAIGHT FROM A TRAP TO THE LIST….Gorgeous five month old kittens, CHILLI & SAGE were just fed into the New Hope express line…..There two boys are totally frightened and out of their element and need someone to give them time and patience to learn to trust…..We say it every nite and we’re not going to stop saying it…..RESCUES NEED FOSTERS….The same people are FULL! W
Inner ear hair cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of sensory hair cells from the inner ear. These cells are surrounded by a fluid called endolymph. As sound enters the ear it causes waves to form in the endolymph, which in turn cause the hairs to move. The movement is converted to an electrical signal that is passed on to the brain. Each crescent-shaped arrangement of hairs lies atop a single cell.
micro-scopic: Moth wing scales. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of scales (blue) on the wings of a common clothes moth (Tineola bisselliella). These delicate powdery scales are formed from tiny stacked modified hairs, or setae, made of chitin, a common substance in insect exoskeletons. The iridescence of the colours of a moth’s wings is produced by the diffraction of light by the microscopic ridges on these scales.
Cochlea from Inner Ear. Color-enhanced scanning electron micrograph of the inside of a guinea pig inner ear showing the hearing organ, or cochlea. Running along the spiral structure are rows of sensory cells which respond to different frequencies of sound. The whole organ is just a few millimeters long.