Are any animals microscopic

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There are many microscopic animals. You will need a microscope and a slide mounting kit to see them. You might have a still or slow moving natural body of water near you. If so get a jar of water from it. Put a drop between two slides and look at it under your microscope. You may see some type of animal life.

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Animals like plankton or amoeba are called microscopic. But animals that you can see with the naked eye are macroscopic.

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