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  • Korean
    • 악구동물
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    • Gnathostomulida
  • English
    • jaw worms
  • Japanese
    • 顎口動物門


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No one's observed a jaw worms (Phylum Gnathostomulida) .
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Description from Wikipedia

Gnathostomulids, or jaw worms, are a small phylum of nearly microscopic marine animals. They inhabit sand and mud beneath shallow coastal waters and can survive in relatively anoxic environments. They were first recognised and described in 1956.

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