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  • As the Worm Turns
  • As the Worm Turns

    The giant Palouse earthworm might just get some protection after all. Plus, the Tour de France will finish without Farrar.
      The fight to protect the worm - found to be significantly smaller than scientists originally thought after pulling two 10-inch wrigglers of the ground in March - has been steady and slow, but Noah Greenwald, co-sponsor of the petition to protect it, says this is a step in the right direction to seeing the species protected.
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  • Worms and Politicians
  • Worms and Politicians

    A judge rules that the giant Palouse earthworm needs no protection. Plus, judging candidates by their e-mail addresses.
      And here they thought they had a case. Just a couple of months after University of Idaho scientists pulled two rare giant Palouse earthworms out of the ground — worms that had been long fabled as smelling of lilies and spitting at attackers — an appeal to protect the worms was denied this week.
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  • Eureka!
  • Eureka!

    It's not as giant as they had originally thought, but at least scientists can say that Giant Palouse Earthworms really exist
      After 10 minutes of shocking the dirt, Karl Umiker started to work the ground with a trowel — hoping some earthworms would come up. As a research support scientist at the University of Ida
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  • Great White
  • Great White

    The giant Palouse earthworm can't be found — yet it's dividing the Palouse
      What she will firmly tell you is that the giant Palouse earthworm — a pale white worm that can grow three feet long, smells like lilies and spits when aggravated — exists.
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