Scientists in Newquay, a seaside resort town in Cornwall, UK, have discovered a giant four-foot water worm. For months local aquarists had been puzzled by the mysterious devastation of a local coral reef. After a stake out, the perpetrator was found: the gigantic reef worm, which had been tearing apart the coral and devouring it. It possesses “bizarre-looking jaws” and “is covered with thousands of bristles which are capable of inflicting a sting resulting in permanent numbness.” I wouldn’t want to find one of these in my garden.
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