From Science Insider.
New York City is teeming with life, much of which lives in a world unseen — in the city’s thousands of puddles, lakes, and ponds. Underwater, trillions of bacteria, fungi, and other microbes move about, forming the base of our ecosystem. We teamed up with Sally Warring, who runs the organization Pondlife, to get to know some of the coolest-looking ones.
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