Monday, October 3, 2011

The 5 Weirdest Worms At The Smithsonian

The giant Amazon leech is the largest leech in the world. The sea mouse is the size of a hand & covered in hair. The scale worm has teeth. The blood worm is venomous with four internal jaws & the giant tube worm lives a mile deep in the ocean. The Smithsonian's Library of Specimens gives up some of its secrets.

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Fascinating about such bizarre creatures.

I would love to meet some of these(under laboratory conditions that is)

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