Caption: Prorodon ciliate, differential interference contrast (DIC) light microscopy footage. Cilates are protozoans (a type of single-celled organism) that move using cilia. This ciliate feeds on other protozoa and algae. It is a freshwater specimen that was collected from the River Teifi in Wales.

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Prorodon ciliate, light microscopy footage

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