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1. A close-up of an ant testing the water with its antennae
A snail shelters from the rain while a grasshopper braves the elements. VadimTrunov photographed snails and insects in his back garden during a rainy day in the Voronezh region of Russia.
An ant dips a toe into the water
This snail may look like he is walking on water, but the surface tension of the puddle is just strong enough to support his weight
A butterfly rests on a flower drooping into the water
An ant tests the water with its antennae
A butterfly clings to a flower hanging over water
8. Dust Mites - Seen at a magnification of 350x, a group of Dermatophagoidespteronyssinus forage for human skin on a bedsheet.
9. Mosquito This one is the most common mosquito in the world. Only the female bites.
10.Human Head Louse - This critter clings onto hair and moves about the skin, biting and sucking blood.