Deep-sea worm species first found in 1873 resurfaces

08/27/2013 | LiveScience.com

A fragile species of deep-sea acorn worm first discovered in 1873 has resurfaced near the same spot in the equatorial Atlantic near South America. The worm, dubbed Glandiceps abyssicola, lives off sediment and debris on the seafloor and falls apart when dredged, which is why it has taken so long to find another specimen, researchers say.

View Full Article in:

LiveScience.com

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Education

Job Title Company Location
Senior Researcher (8194)
American Institute for Researcher
Washington, DC
Technical Assistance Consultant (8336)
Am
Chicago, IL
Senior ELL Technical Assistance and Curriculum Specialist (8270)
American Institute for Researcher
Chicago, IL
Technical Assistance Associate (8330)
American Institute for Researcher
Chicago, IL
Vice Principal of Academics
Presentation High School
San Jose, CA