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25 Years Later: Morris Internet Worm''s Legacy
Worms have evolved from the infamous -- and relatively benign -- Internet worm of 1988 to targeted, destructive attacks.
Not seen for 140 years, deep-sea worm is back in the picture
In 1873, an unknown species of deep-sea worm was dredged up from the bottom of the ocean. Further analysis showed that the animal, collected from almost 3.5 miles (5.5 kilometers) beneath the surface, turned out to be a new type of acorn worm. It was dubbed Glandiceps abyssicola.
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Chemical Processing Magazine Reminds Seekers to Take Caution and Avoid Pitfalls
A Zombie Worm And Other Amazing Images From This Week
Zombie Worm This horrifying worm is an Osedax, also called a zombie worm or bone-eating worm, for a pretty obvious reason: it lives inside the bones of dead sea creatures, like whales, eating and mating and doing all kinds of other gross worm things. It was only discovered in 2002. Read more here. N...
News in Brief: Deep-sea worms drop acid to get dinner
Bone-eating worms produce chemicals to dissolve and feed on skeletons