Thursday, April 2, 2009


The Sepotedia
By Amirah

The sepotedia is a large worm that can grow up to 24 inches. It lives in shallow seabeds and makes its nest in abandoned shells. It feeds on plankton and microscopic organisms that live in the sand. They gather in groups and are completely nocturnal. They are a rare species and hard to find.

(Thank you, Richard Attenborough, for providing the knowledge that feeds a fertile imagination!)

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