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Ernst Haeckel was a German scientist. He was the first to use the terms "Darwinism" and "ecology" and was Haeckel was considered to be the "Darwin of Germany."
Haeckel drew these creatures while looking through a microscope. See the images in the book: Ernst Haeckel: Art Forms in Nature
These oceanic, symmetrical snowflake-like living species were discovered by Ernst Haeckel in 1904. Ernst would view the tiny organisms through the newly invented microscope and draw what he saw with paper and pen.
Teachers may use these images to teach children about the history of the microscope, Ernst Haeckel and to introduce snowflake science and snowflake illustration.
Teachers can use these renditions of snowflake species discovered and illustrated by Ernst Haeckel to teach children about the history of snowflake exploration and to introduce snowflake science and snowflake illustration.
Blastoidea: Knospensterne (Echinodermata: Crinoidea)
This animal is an extinct relative of starfish.
Acanthophracta: Wunderstrahlinge (Protozoa: Radiolaria)
Radiolaria are minute creatures, 1/1000 of an inch in diameter.