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Old 09-17-2019, 01:22 PM   #1
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So I have been watching the youtube channel, "journey to the microcosmos" which is all about microorganisms and has some really neat photography, and I saw the latest episode was about hydras

https://youtu.be/jnD_YitEk5M

Since they pop up in our aquariums from time to time (and indeed, an aquarium is where they found their specimens to film) depending on what you're stocking, I thought it would be interesting to share with everyone.
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Most interesting! Itís a small world indeed (think Iíll sleep with light on tonight though).
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Ha, yeah. Itís a fascinating little world, and also terrifying. I remember as a little kid seeing a picture of a dust mite and the caption was about how they lived in your pillows, and I had a hard time going to sleep that night!
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Too true! Like looking in the ďaquariumĒ of old water tanks (best not to at all imo).
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