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Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili Image of a grain of salt and a peppercorn. Is winner in this year's Visions of Science Photographic Awards. (©David McCarthy) Titolo 1-10
Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili A tiny shrimp fearlessly enters the mouth of a fish to clean its teeth. Fish value this service as the shrimp removes and eats harmful parasites. (©Jim Greenfield) Titolo 1-10
Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili Representation of theory that life are found throughout the Universe, and landed in geological history. The image shows eggs shattering and releasing smaller eggs. (©John Brackenbury) Titolo 1-10
Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili Films of supersaturated solutions can have crystallization initiated by any disturbance. This rectangular outline has been scratched out to make a border in which these paracetamol crystals can grow. (©Spike Walker ) Titolo 1-10
Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili The surface tension of water supports a metal paperclip. By photographing it using a grille in front of the light source, the deformation of the water around the clip can be seen. (©Robert Anderson ) Titolo 1-10
Esamina la foto e traduci le didascalie dallinglese. Quale Titolo dai? Quale Voto (da 1 a 10)? SFIDE 2 fotografie sostenibili An eye studies a self-contained ecosystem in which every organism feeds on another, or its products. All this sealed globe needs to sustain it is light, so that the plant can produce oxygen. It is like a mini-Earth. (©Maximillian Schneider) Titolo 1-10
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