My old short movie (don't take it seriously!) about microscopic life showing some of the freshwater microscopic fauna under high magnifications. That was the first online clip I made - hadn't had any prior video editing experience. Well, everyone has to start somewhere, so feel free to make fun out of it and especially the narration quality )
We are surrounded with various living creatures, but how often do we notice the tiniest ones and how small can they be? Such common but inconspicuous organisms like water fleas, seed shrimps, and hydras are less than a centimeter (0.4 inches) in size but they are very important components of the freshwater ecosystems.
The vast majority of organisms are even smaller and they are completely invisible with naked eyes. Using sophisticated optic systems I am bringing even the smallest animals before your eyes; they can be magnificent and scary, fast-moving or hiding; most of them look nothing like animals we see every day…
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