Sep 24, 2019
The world record for longest animal is held by the bootlace worm
(Lineus longissimus), a Nemertean or ribbon worm from the
North Sea. In fact, it's held by a Scottish bootlace worm that was
washed ashore in 1864. But is that record reliable? How long do
bootlace worms actually get? And what is a ribbon worm anyway?
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Intro and outro music by Audionautix. Other music in this
episode by Kevin MacLeod. All licensed under Creative Commons