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Have you ever wondered what things look like from up close? And we don’t mean just having them in front of your eyes; we mean zoomed-in hundreds or even thousands of times. From that kind of closeup, you can see things in a light so different from what we’re used to. And it’s truly fascinating! Today we’ll show you how different things look under a microscope. So, if you’ve got a curious mind, click play and delight your brain!

Let’s begin with a plant leaf after it’s been misted. You can see how the plant takes in the water! Then, we’ll show you how the tip of a pencil looks under the microscope and what it’s like when we sharpen it. After that, you can see how makeup powder looks like! And we’ll also bring in an ant to see it from up close. It’s crazy to see something so tiny looks so big! You’ll also get to see two eyes of different colors and soap!


0:45 – Plant leaf
3:42 – Pencil
5:42 – Makeup powder
8:01 – Ant
10:12 – Soap
12:57 – Eyes

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