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originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
a reply to: JohnnyAnonymous
THANK YOU, Johnny!! I hadn't yet looked up the fellow himself for a site, but can't wait to do so!!
"A small capillary in the lung is full of red blood cells seen in orange. The dark blue spaces are air sacs. The walls of these tiny sacs (alveoli) carry red blood cells close to the oxygen rich air sacs, which is where the red blood cells pick up oxygen and give off carbon dioxide."
originally posted by: bobw927
those pictures are fantastic , so after viewing them I was looking at microscopes with a video output , check out this video .
and here are more
Thank you for posting and a Safe Holiday .
wanna see something really cool under a microscope? It's called a tartigrade, nicknamed the water bear. It's a microscopic animal that resembles a bear. The scientific community has labelled it the most extreme life form on Earth.