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Scientists study five foot long giant shipworm

MailOnline Monday, 17 April 2017
Scientists study five foot long giant shipwormResearchers based at the University of Utah and other universities discovered the giant shipworm after it was tapped out of a huge shell. The worm lives in shallow mud bays in the Phillipines.
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News video: Scientists Discover Legendary 5-Foot-Long Shipworm

Scientists Discover Legendary 5-Foot-Long Shipworm 01:23

If you're grossed out by creepy crawling creatures, you should look away now. Scientists from the University of North-Eastern Philippines in the city of Iriga discovered a five-foot long living specimen of a shipworm named the Kuphus polythalami, earlier in the week. The giant shipworm, which was...

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