Nikon Small World in Motion video competition winners

The winners of the Nikon Small World in Motion video competition were announced (the photo competition winners can be found here):

1st place:

Emerging Acropora muricata (staghorn coral) polyp (coral tissue in green; algae in magenta) by Dr. Philippe P. Laissue

2nd place:

Vampyrophrya (parasite) tomites swimming rapidly around within the body of the dead copepod host by Dr. Richard R. Kirby

3rd place:

Stylonychia (microorganism) creating a water vortex using its cilia by Tommy Gunn and Jesse Gunn

4th place:

Two freshwater tardigrades feeding on another tardigrade by Dr. Hunter N. Hines

5th place:

Developing mouse embryo, showing the progression of neural tube folding and closure by Dr. Kate McDole and Dr. Philipp Keller

Source: Nikon, via DIYphotography

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