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Erotic horseradish

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Photographer – Boris Loncar (http://www.flickr.com/photos/loncar/)


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Acorn worms

The Acorn worms or Enteropneusta are a hemichordate class of invertebrates consisting of one order of the same name. They are closely related to the echinoderms. There are about 90 species of acorn worm in the world. Most acorn worms range from 9 to 45 centimetres in length, with the largest species, Balanoglossus gigas, reaching 1.5 metres (5 ft) or more. The body is made up of three main parts: an acorn-shaped proboscis, a short fleshy collar that lies behind it, and a long, worm-like trunk.

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Acorn worms (Hemichordata, Enteropneusta) are more closely related to starfish and sea cucumbers than to other worms and are best known for their acorn-shaped front ends.

Acorn worms are rarely seen by humans because of their lifestyle. They live in U-shaped burrows on the sea-bed, from the shoreline down to a depth of 10,000 ft. (3,050 m). The worms lie there with the proboscis sticking out of one opening in the burrow. Until 1965, it was believed that acorn worms lived only in shallow waters. However, recent work using deep-sea vehicles in conjunction with DNA sequencing has uncovered a wide diversity of vividly colored deep-sea acorn worms, belonging to a new family, which was named Torquaratoridae in 2005.

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In 2011, a research team from the P. P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology recovered a near-complete specimen of a torquaratorid from the floor of the Kara Sea, north of Siberia. Although the specimen was found nearly a mile shallower than any previously known torquaratorid, it turned out to be yet another undescribed member of this family and was recently named Coleodesmium karaensis. This new species is the first acorn worm known to brood its young. Brood pockets consist of a thin membrane on the surface of the mother’s body and each contains a single embryo. Approximately one dozen embryos at various stages of development were identified from the single adult female worm found.
Source: http://nmnh.typepad.com/no_bones/2014/03/morbidly-obsessed-acorn-worms-discovered-no-not-that-kind-of-brooding.html


Glossobalanus sarniensis is an acorn worm, belonging to a group of hemichordates called Enteropneusta. They are considered to be intermediary between invertebrates and vertebrates. They have soft, fragile and worm-like bodies and live buried in sand. They are filter-feeders, have an acorn-like proboscis and they breathe by means of gills.


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Earliest enteropneust (acorn worm) fossil found, 500 million years old. Fossils of these soft-bodied acorn worms were found in mud dated back to the Cambrian period, placing them a further 200 million years back in time than previously thought.
Christopher Cameron of the University of Montreal’s Department of Biological Sciences and his colleagues have unearthed a major scientific discovery – a strange phallus-shaped creature they found in Canada’s Burgess Shale fossil beds, located in Yoho National Park. The fossils were found in an area of shale beds that are 505 million years old.
Spartobranchus tenuis from the Burgess Shale
Spartobranchus tenuis (Walcott) from the Burgess Shale. Top — individual specimens within and outside their tubes. Bottom — Close-up of a specimen within its tube. Credit: Marianne Collins

Source: http://phys.org/news/2013-03-strange-phallus-shaped-creature-crucial-link.html


See also
Priapulida – penis worms
Flying buttocks or the pigbutt worm
Gaebul (penis fish) – spoon worm

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Gaebul (Urechis unicinctus) aka penis fish

Urechis unicinctus (Korean: gaebul) is a species of marine spoon worm. It is widely referred to as the fat innkeeper worm or the penis fish.

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U. unicinctus, like other Urechis, lives in burrows in sand and mud. It gets the name “fat innkeeper worm” because the tunnels it creates often contain other animals.

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This spoon worm is commonly eaten raw in Japan and especially Korea. This is often eaten with salt and sesame oil in Korea. Live gaebul is cut into tiny pieces and served raw and wriggling.

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In Hokkaido, Japan, this is called ruttsu and served as sashimi.The taste of gaebul is similar to the taste of clams and it is not unusual to be sprayed with salt water while chewing on it.

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In Chinese cuisine the worm is stir-fried with vegetables, or dried and powdered to be used as an umami enhancer. In particular, the worm is considered an important ingredient in Shandong cuisine and is used in numerous recipes.

In addition to its close looks to a part of the male anatomy, it is known for its aphrodisiac effects.

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Breadfruit penis

Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) is a species of flowering tree in the mulberry family, Moraceae, growing throughout Southeast Asia, South India and most Pacific Ocean islands. It is also grown in the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands of the Caribbean and in Africa. Its name is derived from the texture of the cooked moderately ripe fruit, which has a potato-like flavor, similar to freshly baked bread.

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Breadfruit trees grow to a height of 25 m (82 ft). The large and thick leaves are deeply cut into pinnate lobes. All parts of the tree yield latex, a milky juice. Breadfruit is one of the highest-yielding food plants, with a single tree producing up to 200 or more grapefruit-sized fruits per season. In the South Pacific, the trees yield 50 to 150 fruits per year. In southern India, normal production is 150 to 200 fruits annually.

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Breadfruit is a staple food in many tropical regions. The trees were propagated far outside their native range by Polynesian voyagers who transported root cuttings and air-layered plants over long ocean distances. Breadfruit are very rich in starch, and before being eaten, they are roasted, baked, fried or boiled. When cooked, the taste of moderately ripe breadfruit is described as potato-like, or similar to freshly baked bread. Very ripe breadfruit becomes sweet, as the starch converts to sugar.

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Love Valley in Turkey’s Cappadocia region

Love Valley near Goreme, Turkey is famous for its bizarre ‘fairy chimney’ rocks cut naturally by the wind and rain. Göreme located among the “fairy chimney” rock formations, is a town in Cappadocia, a historical region of Turkey. It is in the Nevşehir Province in Central Anatolia and has a population of around 2,500 people.

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia region

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia region

Although the rocks may make people smirk, they are simply the result of ancient volcanic eruptions, approximately 9 to 3 million years ago during the late Miocene to Pliocene epochs, which covered the region with thick ash that solidified into soft rock many metres thick.

Erosion from the wind and water left only its harder elements behind, forming an unusual landscape of cones, pillars, pinnacles, mushrooms, and ‘fairy tale chimneys’, some of which are up to 130 feet (40 metres) high.

Love Valley in Turkey

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia

The huge phallic formations may look like a homage to male fertility, but they have been naturally formed by erosion of the volcanic rock.

Love Valley

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia region

The famous region of Cappadocia has seen an influx of tourists travelling by hot air balloon to check out the phallic-shaped pillars, which have been dubbed by some travellers, the ‘c*ck rocks’.
Every morning before sunrise, hundreds of hot air balloons rise into the air above Cappadocia, each holding around a dozen passengers for dawn-time hot air balloon travel, floating above and around the beautiful rock formations that has also jokingly been referred to as ‘willy valley’.

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia region

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia region

Love Valley in Turkey's Cappadocia region

Cappadocia, or ‘Kapadokya’ in Turkish, translates as ‘land of the beautiful horses’ and tourists often catch a glimpse of long-maned horses galloping through the formations.

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Magnolia tree seed pods

Magnolia is an ancient genus named after French botanist Pierre Magnol.
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Antirrhinum snapdragons

Antirrhinum is a genus of plants commonly known as snapdragons or dragon flowers, from the flowers’ fancied resemblance to the face of a dragon that opens and closes its mouth when laterally squeezed. They are native to rocky areas of Europe, the United States, and North Africa.

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Halomonas titanicae – bacteria from The Titanic

Halomonas titanicae is a species of bacteria which was found on rusticles in the wreck of the RMS Titanic, at the bottom of the sea. Dr Henrietta Mann discovered the bacteria when analysing rusticle samples taken from the Titanic in 1991.

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© Antonio Ventosa (University of Sevilla, Spain)
The image is from an Environmental Scanning Electron Microgrpah (ESEM) and shows a stacked mineralized individual bacterium in the form of a stalagmite shape occurring inside a rusticle.
Source – http://news.mongabay.com/2011/0523-hance_top10.html

 

The bacterium, named Halomonas titanicae, sticks to steel surfaces, corroding them.

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The bacteria has been listed as potentially dangerous to oil rigs and man-made objects in the deep sea, although an advantage to Halomonas titanicae’s discovery is that old ships that litter the sea floor will be recycled by this bacterium.

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