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Creative Scientists Get Festive [Biology]
posted December 20 2013 12:32.04 by spic0m




Look a little closer and you'll realize that this Christmas card contains a rather unusual source of inspiration. Marine Scientist, Dr. Richard Kirby, has used his passion for microscopic sea creatures to create this festive scene.

The Christmas tree is in fact made from the paddle worm Tomopteris Helgolandica and the angels are images of Clione Limacina that, not surprisingly, are more commonly known as Sea Angels.


[Link: 3B Scientific]
 
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