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It was a teen drama about wayward kids in a suburban community. Seeing ants get things done at this scale is inspiring, but if you're anything like us, that sensation quickly turns to a sense of foreboding for the day when they finally decide to rise up and take humanity down. How to weigh the heaviest on his side of the teeter totter. Isn't as serious as it should have been. I want to keep them innocent. The biggest earthworm on, well, Earth is the giant South African earthworm, pictured above, which can reach over 20 feet in length.
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We're not kidding, every damned picture of this thing looks fake. You stare, a torch in one hand, giant testicles in the other. Like the palm trees California wants you to believe were here first. Damn thats fucked up kids are fucking like rabbits now a days. Here's a video of a TBM in action:. In reality, they're only about 8 inches long and are mostly blind its titular star nose is a sensory organ , which we argue takes nothing away from its orphan-eating potential. The giant Gippsland worm following the South African earthworm at a monstrous 10 feet in length can be heard gurgling as it burrows through the ground.