Fri. Jan 18th, 2019
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Bizarre hammerhead worm spotted in Thailand

A rare hammerhead worm slithering outside a home Ratchaburi, Thailand, on June 13 at 3pm. The invasive tropical creatures, scientific name Bipalium, sparked alarm last month after colonizing areas of France.

In total five species of hammerhead, flatworm was reported in urban areas of southern France, including two “giants”, Bipalium kewense and Diversibipalium multilineatum. The hammerhead words originate from Asia but have found their way around the world and are now also present in the UK.

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