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Rock-eating shipworm found in Philippines is new species of bivalve

Terra Daily Thursday, 20 June 2019
Rock-eating shipworm found in Philippines is new species of bivalveWashington DC (UPI) Jun 20, 2019

Shipworms are named for their legacy as a menace to wooden boats. Today, they're a threat to docks, piers and other wooden infrastructure. But at least one species prefers a crunchier meal. "We have found quite an extraordinary new species," Reuben Shipway, a researcher at Northeastern University, said in a video release. An international team of scientists has discovered a new s
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