Do you see a worm?

Posted by on January 26, 2006 in Worms | 0 comments


Bostonist looks at a museum and sees a worm:

“…our first reaction to seeing the architectural rendering of the proposed structure was that its smooth, curvilinear shape reminded us of a gigantic smiling earthworm emerging from the expressway tunnel underneath the greenway.”

Bostonist: Lumbricus Terrestris

But this is nothing compared to the real thing: the Giant Worm museum (aka Wildlife Wonderland) in southern Australia, where visitors not only see the creature their region is famous for rendered large alongside the Bass Highway, but they can even walk through the belly of the beast and get an idea of what it’s like to be inside a worm. Wanna know more about the worm or the musuem? Yeah, you saw it coming: read the book.

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