People often ask me where to buy tardigrades.
Here are two sources:
I haven’t purchased from them before, because I find my own. After all, I am the “Space Bear Hunter,” officially dubbed in the below video. But you may want to fore-go the risk of ticks and hanging inchworms.
This one is know as a Rammazzotius. It was captured in Liberty Park, NJ.
http://www.mauimagazine.net/Maui-Magazine/March-April-2013/Eight-Tiny-Steps-for-Tardigrades/ Did you know that tardigrades are super abundant in Hawaii? Check out the above article!
This from my friend Dustin, The Science Guy:
The School of Health Sciences, at Southampton General Hospital in England, now displays my photo of feline urine crystals. It is located in the department of Continence Technology and Skin Health.
Below is how the original photo looks. It was taken with an Olympus OM-2 35mm film camera through a Lomo Biolam microscope.
Here is an article with a great collection of photos using the electron microscope! Click here…
These questions came in in the form of an interview from a science student doing a project on tardigrades: “What exactly are Tardigrades?” “Why did you decide to study them?” “What is your favorite part about …
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P.S. another nice article about my tardigrade video is here…
I’m humbled by some of the comments made on this response video. I do wish I could’ve answered more questions, however you know there is a lot of editorial decision making that I’m not part …
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