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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?

Tardigr E granul This "Water bear" (Tardigrade) is an animal which is built only on a few hundred cells. It lives in moss and "awakes".

Scabies  These mites dig tunnels under your skin and lay eggs in them. You can get them if you have close contact or sleep in the same bed with someone who has them. They’re too small to see, though. They prefer the skin between fingers, arm and leg folds, the penis, breasts, and shoulder blades. It can take up to a month for you to feel the itch. Your doctor will give you something to get rid of them.

WebMD's slideshow gives you a glimpse of parasites that burrow: ticks, chiggers, scabies, screwworm, and more.

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).

17 Tiny Creatures That Look Horrifying Under a Microscope - I just can't stop looking!

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a silkworm moth caterpillar (Bombyx mori). The silkworm uses its chewing mouthparts (upper centre) to feed on mulberry leaves.

Insectos y arañas a la luz mágica del microscopio electrónico  Los insectos más cotidianos como moscas, hormigas o pulgas entre otros animales muy comunes se transforman, observados muy de cerca, en seres que parecen salidos de un mal sueño.   En estas veinte imágenes se pueden ver las posibilidades técnicas y artísticas de la fotografía con microscopio de barrido electrónico.

Micro Monsters: scanning electron microscope images of insects, spiders and creepy crawlies - Telegraph