Forget about the bogeyman in the cupboard or the monster under the bed. These creepy crawlies really might be in your house (or nearby, at least), so enjoy these coloured scanning electron micrograph portraits . if you dare.
Al microscopio: insectos y otras 'maravillas' (FOTOS)
A monster? An alien? Nope, this is a macroscopic image of a Polychaete, or bristle worm. They can survive intense sea pressures and some live around deep sea vents, miles below the surface. Life can live in the most peculiar places.
How Do the Biggest Sharks in Pop Culture Stack Up?
Talented Ukranian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko uses macro photography to show us everyday lives of snails in their tiny mysterious world. Mishchenko’s interest with the miniature natural world around us began early on in