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ONE CUBIC FOOT


These are the fascinating images which reveal life on Earth as you've never seen it before. From the common earthworm to the more unusual Post-Larval Octopus, these intruiging collages capture the myriad of life that inhabits just one cubic foot - a space not much bigger than shoebox. National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager travelled the globe with a metal frame and a 12 inch cube, in a bid to uncover the huge variety of plants and animals living in such a small spac
These are the fascinating images which reveal life on Earth as you've never seen it before. From the common earthworm to the more unusual Post-Larval Octopus, these intruiging collages capture the myriad of life that inhabits just one cubic foot - a space not much bigger than shoebox. National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager travelled the globe with a metal frame and a 12 inch cube, in a bid to uncover the huge variety of plants and animals living in such a small spac

DAVID LITTSCWAGER / JOEL SARTORE / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE / CATERS NEWS
These are the fascinating images which reveal life on Earth as you've never seen it before. From the common earthworm to the more unusual Post-Larval Octopus, these intruiging collages capture the myriad of life that inhabits just one cubic foot - a space not much bigger than shoebox. National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager travelled the globe with a metal frame and a 12 inch cube, in a bid to uncover the huge variety of plants and animals living in such a small spac

DAVID LITTSCWAGER / JOEL SARTORE / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE / CATERS NEWS
These are the fascinating images which reveal life on Earth as you've never seen it before. From the common earthworm to the more unusual Post-Larval Octopus, these intruiging collages capture the myriad of life that inhabits just one cubic foot - a space not much bigger than shoebox. National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager travelled the globe with a metal frame and a 12 inch cube, in a bid to uncover the huge variety of plants and animals living in such a small spac

DAVID LITTSCWAGER / JOEL SARTORE / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE / CATERS NEWS
These are the fascinating images which reveal life on Earth as you've never seen it before. From the common earthworm to the more unusual Post-Larval Octopus, these intruiging collages capture the myriad of life that inhabits just one cubic foot - a space not much bigger than shoebox. National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager travelled the globe with a metal frame and a 12 inch cube, in a bid to uncover the huge variety of plants and animals living in such a small spac

DAVID LITTSCWAGER / JOEL SARTORE / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE / CATERS NEWS
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