Deep in oceans around the world lurks a type of worm without a mouth, anus or gut that makes its living by eating the bones of whales and other deceased sea creatures. But how does an animal without a mouth penetrate bone? That's just what a group of researchers aimed to find out.
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- Acid-wielding worms drill through bones at the bottom of the seaMon, 2 Jul 2012, 12:05:23 EDT
- Bone-eating worms 30 million years oldTue, 20 Apr 2010, 10:40:42 EDT
- A motley collection of bonewormsTue, 10 Nov 2009, 18:51:04 EST