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NOT A WORM?!? by Brave Wilderness   2 months ago

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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote discovers the most bizarre creature he’s ever found, a Caecilian!

Wait a what?! A Caecilian, while at first glance looks exactly like a giant earthworm, is actually an amphibian more closely related to salamanders. It’s definitely NOT a Worm.

These subterranean crawlies live in the loose soils and substrate all over the world. They are very elusive and almost never seen by humans, so even though the rain forced the camera crew to take shelter Coyote just had to share this amazing encounter with the Coyote Pack!

Get ready to see one of the rarest creatures we will ever show you!


HUGE THANKS to Brian Kubicki for the epic drone footage and for hosting the crew at this location! To visit his amazing amphibian reserve check out his website for details - http://bit.ly/crfrogs

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