- Scales on the wing of a butterfly. The color of a butterfly wing comes either from a pigment contained in the scales or from iridescence as light is diffracted by the microscopic structure of the scales themselves. The image was made using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), where a beam of electrons aimed at the surface of the material causes the generation of various sample-specific signals which are then collected to form an image
Credit: Kenneth Bart, Visuals Unlimited Inc via Science Photo Library
- Luxurious, handmade wooden jigsaw puzzle presented in a smart, matching tin. A unique and delightful gift for both children and adults. This 96-piece puzzle is printed on a 2.5 mm wooden base, with a beautifully glossy, waterproof coating. Overall size 36 x 25 cm (14.2” x 9.8"). Some designs are more challenging than others – read on for our personal recommendations about the difficulty-level of each design, and please do let us know how you get on!
We suggest that this specific design is suitable for ages 9 to adult, and should take about 45-60 minutes or thereabouts for an average adult to complete, making it a little bit of a challenge but not overly so
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