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Bacteria are too small to see without a microscope. WAY too small.
Because, it is too small to see with the naked eye.
Atoms are too small to see.
No, we see the sun as a small star.
because they are too small for the naked eye to see, but there are millions of them all cells die and produce again
because they are too small
They are too small for the naked eye to see.
a body that is not in proportion will be more obvious if the hair is too big or too small for the clients body.
Short answer: There are tides in lakes and rivers, they're just too small to see. Tides in the ocean are big enough to see because the size of the tide is a function of the sized of the body of water.