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وێنە.. ماسیێ هەڤئاوایێ ئەندامێ نێرینەیێ زەلامان هات دیتن

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2019-12-14

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هزار ماسى کو هەڤئاوایێ ئەندامێ نێرینەیێ زەلامانن ل کەنارێن ئاڤێن باژارێ کالیفۆرنیا ل ئەمریکا دەرکەتنە.

زانایێن زیندەوەرزانیێ لسەر ڤى جوورێ بونەوەرى راگەهاندنە، مێژویا وان بۆ ٣٠٠ ملیۆن سال بەریا نها ڤەدگەریت و هندەک ژ وان بۆ دەما ٢٥ سالان دژین.

ئەڤ جوورێ ماسیان خۆ د ناڤا ئاخا کەنارێن دەریایى دا ڤەدشێریت و د نها دا ب سەدەما لەهیان رێژەکا زێدە لێ دەرکەفتنە.

SHOOK 😳 Thousands of these marine worms—called fat innkeeper worms, or “penis fish”—were found on Drake’s Beach last week! These phallic organisms are quite common along the West coast of North America, but they spend their whole lives in U-shaped burrows under the sand, so few beachgoers are aware of their existence. ⛈🌊 A recent storm in Northern California brought strong waves that washed away several feet of sand from the intertidal zone, leaving all these fat innkeeper worms exposed on the surface. 🏖 Next time you go to the beach, just think about the hundreds of 10-inch, pink sausages wiggling around just a few feet under the sand. 🙃 . . Get the full story in our new #AsktheNaturalist with @california_natural_history via link in bio! (📸: Beach photo courtesy David Ford; Worm photo by Kate Montana via iNaturalist)

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