Daphnia, commonly known as the water flea, are mostly transparent plankton less than 5 mm large. One can be seen here playing with a colony of Volvox, a type of green algae.
Image by Dr. Ralf Wagner.
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Daphnia, commonly known as the water flea, are mostly transparent plankton less than 5 mm large. One can be seen here playing with a colony of Volvox, a type of green algae.

Image by Dr. Ralf Wagner.

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    MY BABIES. I cultured these lil guys in 7th grade for a science project. They just do backflips over and over and over.
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    Wow, I remember studying these in Biology a few years ago! Daphnia are awesome, when you look at them under a microscope...
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