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FROM THE WOMBS OF BATS These apparitions — seemingly dreamed up by Swiss surrealist H. R. Giger — are embryos of the black mastiff bat (Molossus rufus). Biologist Dorit Hockman of the University of Cambridge, UK, took the picture using a standard dissecting microscope for inclusion in a system that documents embryo development.
Dorit Hockman/Univ. Cambridge/2012 Photomicrography Competition/Nikon Small World

FROM THE WOMBS OF BATS These apparitions — seemingly dreamed up by Swiss surrealist H. R. Giger — are embryos of the black mastiff bat (Molossus rufus). Biologist Dorit Hockman of the University of Cambridge, UK, took the picture using a standard dissecting microscope for inclusion in a system that documents embryo development.

Dorit Hockman/Univ. Cambridge/2012 Photomicrography Competition/Nikon Small World

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