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A couple of weeks ago, we uploaded a video all about microbes in slow motion, but here’s the thing about recording in slow motion, when you record for a minute, you end up with way more than a minute of video, because it is in slow motion.

So you end up with a lot more footage than you need for an average episode of Journey to the Microcosmos. And this week, we’re taking a break from our normal uploads in order to give our team some time to relax during the holiday break, but we also wanted to give you a chance to sit back, relax, take a break from whatever’s going on, and enjoy all of the uncut footage from our slow motion video.

Now, if you’re looking for more information about the clips in this video, be sure to go back and check out our Microbes in Slow Motion video because today, we’ll only be featuring our Master of Microscopes James Weiss’s beautiful images and Andrew Huang’s fantastic music and I am going to stop talking and let you enjoy those in just a second. But before I go, I should mention that if you do enjoy this type of thing, we upload an hour long video like this every month for our patrons over at Alright, that’s all, enjoy!