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Dust mite among skin cells

The image is a coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a single dust mite among skin scales in house dust. Dust mites feed on flakes of shed human skin and are a common cause of asthma and allergic symptoms worldwide.

Topic: 0: Discussion - What natural place or living thing inspires you?

“Tardigrades (commonly known as waterbears or moss piglets) are small, water-dwelling, segmented animals with eight legs. Tardigrades were first discovered in 1773 by Johann August Ephraim Goeze, who called them kleiner Wasserbär, meaning “little .

Quiz: What do you know about water bears? Tardigrades, or water bears, are considered the planet's toughest animal, but how well do you know this tiny survivor?

Color enhanced scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a tardigrade aka water bear feeding. Credit: Eye of Science/Science Source

Bdelloidea are microscopic aquatic animals that are related to roundworms

Bdelloidea are microscopic aquatic animals that are related to roundworms, found in freshwater and moist soil. Interestingly, a male has never been observed within the species; females reproduce exclusively by parthenogenesis (without fertilization).

WATER BEARS ACTIVE  DORMANTWATER BEAR EGGSWater 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. However, in dry conditions, they can enter a cryptobiotic state of dessication, known as a tun, to survive. In this state, water bears can survive for up to a decade.  Water bears are found throughout the world, including regions of extreme temperature, such as hot spri…

Tardigrades, "Tough Space Traveler": "These small, segmented animals not only survived a orbital expedition, some members of the community felled by solar radiation actually recovered upon their return to Earth.

MICROSCOPIC HAIRS IN INNER EAR:  Inner ear help divers (like the one in today's pic) know their up down orientation in water.  Sounds under water are magnified. When we hear sounds (whether under water or above) microscopic hairs in our inner ears vibrate.

MICROSCOPIC HAIRS IN INNER EAR: Inner ear help divers know their up down orientation in water. Sounds under water are magnified. When we hear sounds (whether under water or above) microscopic hairs in our inner ears vibrate.

Mite  STEVE GSCHMEISSNER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/ BARCROFT MEDIA

Electron micrograph of a meal (or flour) mite (Acarus siro). It has long hairs extending from its body and large powerful front legs. This species is a common pest of granaries, mills and kitchens, feeding particularly on grains and cereals.