Giant deep-sea worms may live to be 1000 years old or more
Set up for a long lifeChemo III project/BOEM/NOAA OERBy Karl GruberIn the depths of the ocean, life can extend far beyond its usual limits. Take the tube worm Escarpia laminata: living in an environment with a year-round abundance of food and no predators, individuals seem to live for over 300 years. And some may be 1000 years old or more – meaning...
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