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Marine Worms

Source: EOL/Casey Dunn and Noah Rose - February 23, 2017 in Radio, Videos

Marine Worms
Image: CreatureCast

This installment of CreatureCast is the second of several contributions that were done as final projects by undergraduate students in Casey Dunn’s Invertebrate Zoology class at Brown University. In episode 4, sophomore Noah Rose delves into the bottom half of the circle of life, where dead things decompose and elements that can then be incorporated into other living organisms are liberated. Noah discusses how the many-legged worms we tend to think of as fish bait impact this process.

This podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. The video and sound work was done by Noah Rose, with music by Noah Rose.

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