The giant Gippsland earthworm can only be found in the clay heavy soil along streams in Victoria, Australia. These giants are so elusive that they were only discovered in the late 1800s. They are isolated to just 150 square miles along the southeast tip of Australia. Their habitat was
The spoon worm belongs to the phylum called Echiura. Some place them in the phylum Annelidae, like the earthworm. Spoon worms are not segmented like some other worms. There are only about 150 known species of spoon worms. They can be very common in some marine ecosystems.
There are approximately 200 known species of caecilian. However, you’ll be hard pressed to find one, as they spend their time underground or in the water. Caecilian is pronounced ‘seh-SILL-yun’. They are legless and lack arms. In most cases, their eyes are just grey bumps