Sea Monkeys Aquarium

Post your creations here. It can be either a cool genome or an interesting ecosystem. Indicate if you designed it yourself or if it was created through evolution, or both :). File, picture, or video is required.
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Steeletto
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Sea Monkeys Aquarium

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My Cell Lab version of Artemia Salina :mrgreen:
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Substrate:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/yqjd3xzuaj3f0 ... trate?dl=0
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:mrgreen: The legend is back :mrgreen:
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Ciciinho
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Re: Sea Monkeys Aquarium

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When i open the file it just opens a generic substrate with no stuff of any kind... weird
Celllaber
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Re: Sea Monkeys Aquarium

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i created a parisite for the sea monkeye and how tge parisites spread is by a flagellocyte attached to the egg. The problem is that whilst the infector is traveling, the egg already splits before it has a chance to infect another monkey. Here is the sample. I hope someone can help
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AtVjNC6Dd0k0agIAZQudcBG3wxg
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