This Is How A Single Drop Of Seawater Looks Magnified 25 Times

As if you needed another reason not to drink sea water! David Liittschwager, an accomplished award-winning photographer who has created numerous marine wildlife photos for National Geographic, has created an image showing the microfauna that exists inside a single drop of seawater! By magnifying the water 25 times, he showed that the salty taste of seawater isn’t just salt – there are bacteria, worms, fish eggs, crab larva, diatoms, and a whole host of other creepy crawlies all fighting for a place on your tongue. Via This Is How A Single Drop Of Seawater Looks Magnified 25 Times

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2 Responses to This Is How A Single Drop Of Seawater Looks Magnified 25 Times

  1. Robin Ahlgren says:

    This looks like something by Joan Miro.

    • Deskarati says:

      I was not aware of Joan Miro until your comment Robin. Thank you. His work looks interesting and yes, it does look like a Miro.

      Joan Miro

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