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Viper moray eel X-Ray Vision

In the X-ray image of this Viper Moray Eel ( Enchelynassa canina ), note the second set of jaws in the “throat”; these are the gill arches, which.

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"Lookdown fish (Selene vomer), National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution"

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Pelican Eel, Eurypharynx pelecanoides - credit Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH

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Short dragonfish (Eurypegasus draconis) (credit: Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History)

X-RAY Photo of a Turretella shell X-ray Art Photography More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

This Turretella shell has an amazing inner structure of interconnecting spirals, which helps from the outer structure. This x ray clearly shows the uniformity to the spirals.

x-ray photography from British artist and photographer Nick Veasey

Very cool x-ray photography from British artist and photographer Nick Veasey. Nick Veasey uses x-ray technology to create mesmerizing an.

Notopogon fernandezianus - credit Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

X-ray Vision: Fish Inside Out, organized by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), is an exhibit traveling to museums across the country through

Smalltooth sawfish

When Scientists Get Accidentally Artsy

Pristis pectinata - credit Sandra J. Raredon, Division of Fishes, NMNH X-ray Vision: Fish Inside Out, organized by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service

structure of a butterfly wing    Structure of a butterfly wing    Courtesy of Thierry Thomasset    Image Details  Instrument used: XL SEM Family  Magnification: 25300X  Horizontal Field Width: 6,32µm  Vacuum: HiVac  Voltage: 10 kV  Spot: 3  Working Distance: 10 mm  Detector: SED

structure of a butterfly wing Structure of a butterfly wing Courtesy of Thierry Thomasset Image Details Instrument used: XL SEM Family Magnification: Horizontal Field Width: Vacuum: HiVac Voltage: 10 kV Spot: 3 Working Distance: 10 mm Detector: SED

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