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Giant tube worm - Wikipedia

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Giant tube worms, Riftia pachyptila, are marine invertebrates in the phylum Annelida related to tube worms commonly found in the intertidal and pelagic zones. Riftia pachyptila live over a mile deep...

Tubeworms - Venture Deep Ocean

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Tubeworms are thought to be among the longest-lived animals on earth: some ... the University of Delaware; Tubeworms that live on whale bones, from Geotimes ... and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Tube Worms in Deep Sea Discovered to Have Record Long Life ...

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Tubeworms live on the sulfide and other nutrients in the fluids at both the seeps and the ... "Natural selection would seem to prefer long-lived tubeworms in the ...

Giant tube worms Facts - SoftSchools

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Giant tube worms do not have eyes, mouth, stomach and legs. ... Giant tube worms live in symbiosis (mutual beneficial relationship) with microorganisms.

Tubeworm - Discovery School Free Resources - Discovery Education

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So how do tubeworms get their food? Their survival depends on asymbiotic relationship with the billions of bacteria that live inside them. These bacteria convert ...

Deep-sea Tubeworms Get Versatile 'Inside' Help : Oceanus Magazine

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Jan 12, 2007 ... When they discovered that the tubeworms had no mouth, digestive tract, or anus, they learned that bacteria live inside the tubeworms' bodies in ...

Giant Tubeworms Probed for Clues to Survival

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A recent deep-sea expedition to the Galápagos Rift focused on giant tubeworms that live amid underwater hydrothermal vents discovered 25 years ago.

Giant Tube Worm - Deep Sea Ocean - Sites - Google

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The Giant Tube Worm (Riftia pachyptila) is a very unique species adapted to ... And yet they do live, in fact, they are the fastest growing marine invertebrate ...

Tubeworms - NOAA Ocean Explorer - National Oceanic and ...

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Cold-seep tubeworms are big worms (sometimes as big as 10 feet long) that are ... of using energy from light (like plants do to make food from carbon dioxide), ... for a safe place to live, the bacteria use the chemicals to give the tubeworms the ...

Giant tube worm videos, photos and facts - Riftia pachyptila | ARKive

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The giant tube worm is an unusual marine species, highly specialised to surviving in its unique, deep-sea environment. It lives inside a long, narrow tube, made ...

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Tubeworms - A Deep-Sea Adventure - University of Delaware

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Resembling giant lipsticks, giant tubeworms (Riftia pachyptila) live over a mile ... they did find the genesis of a new site nearby, populated with tiny tubeworms ...

Giant Tube Worm - Deep Sea Creatures on Sea and Sky

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The giant tube worm, also known to science as Riftia pachyptila, were totally ... The organisms that live near these vents are unique because, unlike all other living things on earth, they do not depend on sunlight for their source of energy.

What do tube worms eat? | Reference.com

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A tubeworm eats, or rather gets its energy and nutrition, from symbiotic microorganisms that live in a specialized spongy organ in its body. It supplies these ...