There is no life with­out move­ment, at all lev­els of meta­zoan orga­ni­za­tion, from indi­vid­ual cells to the ani­mal form. Cells move using fil­a­ments that make up the so-called cytoskele­ton. You can learn more about how cells use the cytoskele­ton to move in the fol­low­ing tour of images and videos pro­duced in the Vic Small lab in Salzburg and Vienna.