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Aug 1, 2015
Amanda B. Keener

SEEING LAYERS: This cross-section of a mouse eye, stained for the presence of three different metabolites, shows the more than 70 cell types that make up the organ. Posted: June 10, 2015UNIVERSITY OF UTAH; BRYAN WILLIAM JONES, ROBERT E. MARC (VIA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES) LOUNGING LEAFHOPPER: An adult leafhopper (family Cicadellidae) photographed in North Carolina Posted: June 5, 2015AMANDA B. KEENERWILDLIFE SELFIE: This unsuspecting antelope was photographed by a camera trap in Africa’s Serengeti National Park. Posted: June 11, 2015SNAPSHOT SERENGETI

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