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Photographer David Littschwager Captures a Magnified Drop of Water

 - Sep 25, 2014
References: lostateminor & thisiscolossal
Those who have always been interested in getting a glimpse of sea water ecosystems will be very grateful for photographer David Liittschwage. He has managed to captured a single drop of seawater, which has been magnified 25 times over in order to reveal all the living organisms contained within. From crab larva and diatoms to bacteria and fish eggs, he even uncovered worms.

The sea water ecosystems captured in this striking photo will encourage people to appreciate everything they see and touch as they navigate through their world. After all, accidentally taking a big gulp of seawater entail more than a thirsty consequence. Sea water ecosystems are very complex, giving people a glimpse into such lifeforms.