Watch This Amazing Footage Of Sweaty Fingers Through A Macro Lens

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Did you know that the intricate spiral ridges on your fingers host thousands of microscopic sweat pores? Having knowledge about the same is one thing, but watching these tiny holes in action is a sight akin to a Donald Trump speech: you don’t want to look at it, but once you do, it’s impossible to turn away!

The amazing researchers of YouTube’s Timelapse Vision Inc. channel have brought this footage using a macro lens on a Timelapse camera which zooms into the tiny symmetric lines on fingertips and palm known as epidermal ridges. The sweat ducts of these glands are open at the top, which leads to fingerprints and smudges on the screen when using a smartphone with sweaty hands.


Interesting but utterly gross! So the next time you go “Ewww bugs,” think about how tiny holes in your fingers produce secretions continuously. Go and look at some cute little house centipede faces to fade away these grotesque images from your head. The footage has surely, triggered my trypophobia like crazy!

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