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The Truth About Gummy Worms

Buddenbrockia plumatellae Discovered in 1851, the Buddenbrockia worm has long confounded scientists–it seems like a worm, but has some very unworm-like characteristics. Unlike similar looking creatures, such as nematodes, the Buddenbrockia’s body does not have separate organs. Its insides are totally symmetric. According to Professor Peter Holland of Oxford University,Aeos Department of Zoology as quoted…