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Assorted radiolaria, false-coloured scanning electron micrograph. The intricate mineral skeleton of a radiolarian is usually made of silica. These skeletal remains make up the siliceous ooze that covers large regions of the ocean floor. The scene is 0.83mm across in real life, x120 magnification when printed at 10cm across.