Heart can also look like this ;)


This stunning image shows a magnified 3D scan of the heart of a fruit fly. Drosophila pump blood through their bodies with a long, tube-shaped muscle.
Fruit Fly Heart
Image by: Jianbo Na and Ross Cagan, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Reference:

http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/35626/title/Image-of-the-Day–Fruit-Fly-Heart/

The only known fluorescent vertebrate


The proteins do not fluoresce through a chromophore like other animals. Instead, it only emits light when bound with bilirubin, which is toxic to humans in large quantities. This protein could be used to better diagnose diseases like jaundice and anemia.

What ants eat!!..is easily recognized


If you haven’t seen these yet, they’re good fun!

Mohamed Babu from India, captured these amazing pictures last year after his wife noticed that ants turned white when they drank milk.
He dissolved sugar in food colouring solutions of red, green, blue and yellow and then placed them in his garden to attract ants. Some of them even moved between the different solutions, resulting in psychedelic colour combinations.

ants eating food

The aquatic beauty


The beautiful Crown Jellyfish (Netrostoma setouchina) has a deep groove running around the bottom of the umbrella, giving them the appearance of a crown.

Some cool info:
♦ Jellyfish are 95% water.
♦ They have no heart, brain, blood, or gills.
♦ The body of the Jellyfish is called a bell.
♦ Their tentacles and arms are around their mouth.
♦ They use their tentacles to help sense and catch fish, shrimp, and zooplankton.
♦ They have roamed the seas for at least 500 million years.

beautiful Crown Jellyfish

beautiful Crown Jellyfish

beautiful Crown Jellyfish