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Wired Science Features Small World’s “Creepy Close-ups”

Wired Science Editor Betsy Mason writes: “Spiders, weevils, wasps, lice, mites and mosquitoes are among the creepiest subjects of the winners of Nikon’s Small World microscope photography competition this year. Super-close-ups of eyes, tongues and silk spinnerets are amazingly beautiful, but also gross enough to induce shivers.”

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