Protozoa are probably the most well-known organic entities saw under the magnifying instrument. There are something like 30,000 diverse protozoan species, and the greater part of them go in size from 10 to 50 micrometers—little, however even the most noticeably bad magnifying lens ought to have the capacity to lift them up. Apparently a standout amongst the most different organic entities on the planet, protozoa have been discovered all around, from the below zero temperatures of the Antarctic to the searing sands of the desert.
What's novel about this protozoan is that we've gotten it in a last chance battle with a diatom. Diatoms are a kind of green growth that, in the same way as protozoa, travel through the water with small hairs called flagella. The diatom in this feature is the green bar inside the protozoan, and at something like 0:29, it tears through the protozoan's pellicle to live and battle through an alternate day.
It's really awe-insiring to consider the billions of smaller than normal battles that happen surrounding us—and inside us—each second of the day, all in a world excessively little for our eyes to perceive.