Here we see some organisms:
1: Small-headed Orbus (1/20 scale). 2: Pop-eyed Squarglemouth (head only)
3: Omni-lashed Meteorfish (front view). 4. Omni-lashed Ridge-eel (front view)
7: Coarsehaired Dark-eared Bi-bulb (overhead view) 8: Small-headed-Orbus-assed Bi-bulb (rear view)
JK: It’s mitosis! (and 5 and 6 were boring, see?)
Y’all take care, and remember: keep your asters on the spindle and keep reaching for those centrosomes.
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