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Caption: Free-swimming vorticella protozoa, light microscopy. These single-celled organisms are usually anchored to a substrate by a stalk. However, they can detach themselves if the environment becomes inhospitable. The cilia (tiny hair-like structures) attached to the head are used to capture food and also for movement.

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Keywords: adoral zone, animal, aquatic, biological, biology, cilia, ciliate, ciliated, clilium, contractile vacuole, darkfield illumination, fauna, feeding, food vacuoles, free swimming, free-swimming, light micrograph, light microgroscopy, light microscope, lm, macronucleus, microbe, microbiological, microbiology, nature, peristome, pond life, protozoa, protozoan, single cell, single celled, single-celled, telotroch, unicellular, vorticella, zoological, zoology

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Free-swimming vorticella protozoa

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