All of things in these images exist in the world around you. You may even encounter most of these daily. But when you take something seemingly normal, like an eye lash, it turns alien and strange when you zoom in to a microscopic level.
A shy rice weevil as seen by electron microscopy - A shy rice weevil observed in a scanning electron microscope (SEM). The magnification is 265 fold when seen on a screen. The image has been colored afterwards as SEM images are only grey.
A new species of mite discovered recently in Ohio is so tiny that it lives in the space between particles in sandy, impoverished soils. Despite its dragon-like appearance, Osperalycus tenerphagus is a vulnerable creature and, out of necessity, a recluse.
DIY Solar Oven S'mores are the perfect fun learning and eating activity in the summer! The solar ovens are pretty easy to make with supplies you likely already have at home or can save like cardboard pizza boxes! Plus you can't beat the allure of chocolat