Coolest science photos of the week, June 15

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Scientists confirmed that this 66-million-year-old fossil found in Antarctica is actually a foot-long egg.

Photographer Darren Cook snapped this photo of an American Kestral dining on a field mouse.

This male Brachycybe lecontii millipede protects its clutch of eggs. Read more about great animal dads.

Matt Berger

Scientist Marianne Denton snapped this photo of a scelionid wasp parasitising some stinkbug eggs.

This trippy microscope image shows two different kinds of neurons: Chandelier (red) and pyramidal (green).

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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