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Glass 'sculpture' of Aulosphaera elegantissima, a single-celled eukaryote. Over a century and a half ago, two glass flower artists from Bohemia, Leopold Blaschka and his son Rudolph, began making models of animals and plants. By 1888 they had 700 pieces to offer museums and universities all over the world, study models that, according to Leopold, were “universally acknowledged as being perfectly true to nature”. 2013 © Guido Mocafico (Natural History Museum of Dublin, Ireland)

Tardigrades’ mouths contain sharp daggers. Though they may be little, they are fierce! The tardigrade’s mouth is a serious weapon, its dagger-like teeth used to spear algae and even other small animals.


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Arabidopsis Thaliana Stigma Copyright - Jürgen Berger / Heiko Schoof, Electron Microscopy Unit, Max Planck Institut