Nikon's Small World Competition Winners

Go and check 'em out.

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4th place - James E. Hayden, Anglerfish ovary (4X)

For more visit http://www.nikonsmallworld.com/

This year's event even got covered in the New York Times.

And if you want to enter into next year's competition the deadline for entries: April 30, 2010. Get clicking.

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