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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Oct 5 12:13 PM

Oct 6th, 2013 Bobbit Worm

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This is Eunice aphroditois, also known as the bobbit worm, a mix between the Mongolian death worm, the Graboids from Tremors, the Bugs from Starship Troopers, and a rainbow ó but itís a really dangerous rainbow, like in Mario Kart. And it hunts in pretty much the most nightmarish way imaginable, digging itself into the sea floor, exposing a few inches of its body ó which can grow to 10 feet long ó and waiting.


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Using five antennae, the bobbit worm senses passing prey, snapping down on them with supremely muscled mouth parts, called a pharynx. It does this with such speed and strength that it can split a fish in two. And that, quite frankly, would be a merciful exit. If you survive initially, you get to find out what itís like to be yanked into the wormís burrow and into untold nightmares.
There's disagreement over whether it was named for Lorena or not.




Sundae  Saturday Oct 5 12:19 PM

Not a fan of octopus though.



Nirvana  Saturday Oct 5 08:38 PM

No skinny dipping here!



SPUCK  Tuesday Oct 8 07:05 AM

Man that thing moves fast!

I wonder what that Octopus said to it to be kicked back out?



Clodfobble  Tuesday Oct 8 01:03 PM

"You grabbed me almost as fast as your sister did."



Perry Winkle  Tuesday Oct 8 01:21 PM

I knew the Sarlacc was real.



Sheldonrs  Tuesday Oct 8 02:03 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
Man that thing moves fast!

I wonder what that Octopus said to it to be kicked back out?
Inka, dinka don't?


BigV  Wednesday Oct 9 01:53 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by SPUCK View Post
Man that thing moves fast!

I wonder what that Octopus said to it to be kicked back out?

Well, they bite.



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