Cool scanning electron microscope image taken by Annie Cavanagh and David McCarthy: A zebra fish larva 32 hours after hatching from its egg. Zebra fish are one of the fundamental cornerstones of cancer, cardiovascular, immune system, infectious diseases and drugs research in laboratories all over the world.
Whenever you see an animal through an electron microscope, the animal is dead. Pretty or monstrous, but dead dead dead. DEAD. Not this tick, however. They put her alive inside the device and she survived. Not only that, she was moving. Watch.