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just bees | Cuma Lebah  Camera maker : NIKON CORPORATION | Camera Model : Nikon D5100 | Lens : TAMRON SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Asph (IF) | FL :50mm | F-stop : f/13 | Exposure time : 1/200 sec. | ISO speed : ISO-200 | Flash : YES (Internal)

just bees | Cuma Lebah Camera maker : NIKON CORPORATION | Camera Model : Nikon D5100 | Lens : TAMRON SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Asph (IF) | FL :50mm | F-stop : f/13 | Exposure time : 1/200 sec. | ISO speed : ISO-200 | Flash : YES (Internal)

#JumpingSpider (Siler semiglaucus) by itchydogimages #spider

Jumping Spider (Siler semiglaucus) by itchydogimages, Nice sweater.

Tardigrade! coolest animal in existence.

This Sleeping Bag Is Every Sub-Zero Camper's Dream/Nightmare

WATER BEARS IN SPACE! The water bear, or TARDIGRADE, is so small it measures in angstroms, not millimeters. The Swedes sent some into space in The tiny critters survived the vacuum of space, the intense cold and radiation for 8 days!

A pair of yellow fat tail scorpion mating under Ultra-violet light. Habitat: They are found throughout the arid and semi-arid regions of the Middle East and Africa.

A pair of yellow fat tail scorpion mating under Uv light.// Description: A pair of yellow fat tail scorpion mating under Uv light. Habitat: They are found throughout the arid and semi-arid regions of the Middle East and Africa.

Water bears (or tardigrades) are tiny invertebrates that live in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. Echiniscus granulatus is a herbivorous species that feeds on moss cells. Water bears are found throughout the world, including regions of extreme temperature, such as hot springs, and extreme pressure, such as deep underwater.

Water Bear

Water Bear Photograph - Water bears (or tardigrades) are tiny invertebrates that live in aquatic and semi-aquatic habitats such as lichen and damp moss. They require water to obtain oxygen by gas exchange.

Acraga coa.jewel caterpillar is a semi-translucent, 3 cm long member of the Dalceridae moth family.

This awesome creature (yes, this really is a living thing, not a piece of candy or glass) is a Jewel Caterpillar (Acraga coa) spotted by naturalist and photographer Gerardo Aizpuru near Cancun, Mexico.

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