Earlier this month we reported on the discovery of ‘phlegmy' worms that feed on the bones of dead sea creatures. The biggest question? Exactly how they were able to accomplish this feat, given that they have no mouths or stomachs. But now there's a new clue to this maritime mystery: They're drilling through bone, using acid-secreting enzymes.
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