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After which the bacterium regretted forevermore its decision to play “tag” with the human cell.
Either that or it became a new organelle and lived happily ever after…
That was far cooler than I expected.
Amazing. Anyone know what the dense looking portion lagging behind at the rear of the cell (neutrophil?) is?
It’s a sonar buoy.
beedoop doop doop doop doop beedoop doop doop doop
Bacterium at 12 o’clock! Load the torpedo bays and get me a fix! Dive, dive, all dive!
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