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Testudinella rotifer, light microscopy

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Testudinella rotifer. Light microscopy footage of a Testudinella patina rotifer. Rotifers are microscopic aquatic animals that are related to roundworms. This genus (Testudinella) is named for its tortoise-like habit of withdrawing its 'head' and 'tail' into its 'shell' if disturbed. Filmed in a sample of pond water from Berlin, Germany.

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