Evolution, Genetics, Health and Wellness, interesting animals, Interesting creatures

What Do These Worms and People Have in Common?

By Rich Sobel

My latest article in Medium.

Ok, we’re talking worms here.

Not the kind you think about when you hear the word, worms! And not the earthworms you find in your garden or your worm bin. Well, if you looked really really closely you probably could find them in your worm bin or compost pile. And not those parasitic ones that get inside you and can make you pretty sick.

So what kind of worm is this?

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

previous blog posts

February 21, 2024

Exploring Frogs With Transparent Skin

January 24, 2024

Unravelling Rafflesia- A Most Unusual Parasitic Plant

January 24, 2024

Gigantic Genomes and Supersized Salamander Cells Surprise Scientists and Put a Wrinkle in Evolutionary Theory

About the author 

Rich Sobel

A "retired" biologist, Rich uses plain language to explore in-depth biology topics | fascinating plants and exotic creatures | health and wellness| indulge your curiosity!

Get my Three Fascinating Creatures E-Book for Free!

>