"I had recently read Frank Herbert’s Dune, so I jumped at the opportunity to work with real life sand worms," said the study's lead author.
Trace fossils reveal an “life and death struggle between predator and prey” that played in what is now Taiwan.
Two cattle worm infections in human hosts within two years suggests that they might be an "emerging zoonotic disease in the United States,” according to a recent case report.
Just when you thought the political discourse in this country was done.
Scientists found that the poop-balls produced by invasive Asian jumping worms are packed with nutrients that can’t be easily accessed by plants native to the Midwest US.
"Yes, Lord Sugar."
Into the earth we go again.
Thank you, Sean Dyche, for this
302 simulated roundworm neurons running on a cheap hobbyist hardware platform.