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Trove of new horror species discovered in Australian abyss
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A peanut worm, of the phylum Sipuncula, shrinks when threatened. Ironically, it can reproduce asexually. Rob Zugaro. What lurks in the ocean’s abyssal depths? That was the question the crew of research vessel RV Investigator sought to answer in a …
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Published On: Sun, Jun 18th, 2017

Trove of new horror species discovered in Australian abyss – CNET


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Trove of new horror species discovered in Australian abyss
CNET
A peanut worm, of the phylum Sipuncula, shrinks when threatened. Ironically, it can reproduce asexually. Rob Zugaro. What lurks in the ocean's abyssal depths? That was the question the crew of research vessel RV Investigator sought to answer in a ...
The internet knows what's up with this 'peanut worm' discovered in AustraliaMashable
Peanut Worm: Australian Scientists Discover Strange Sea Creature That Resembles A Human Body PartThe Inquisitr
Australia's Freaky Deep Sea CreaturesNational Geographic Australia
Business Insider Australia -HuffPost -BuzzFeed News -Cosmopolitan.com
all 14 news articles »

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