Home > Uncategorized > The deepest-living animal ever found is a “devil worm” living 2.2. miles (3.6 kilometers) below. The deepest-living animal ever found is a “devil worm” living 2.2. miles (3.6 kilometers) below. March 25, 2014 Uncategorized The deepest-living animal ever found is a "devil worm" living 2.2. miles (3.6 kilometers) below. (source) (image) Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts A man, who lived 9000 years ago, was the first person to have had blue eyes and all blue-eyed people are related to him. There is actually a specific area of the brain known as the bilateral vomitation center. It notes when our tummy is upset and queasy, and it makes the final decision whether to barf or not to barf. “knock” is the world’s shortest horror story with only 2 sentences. There is a type of ant that can explode suicidally, spewing poisonous adhesive secretions all around them. It’s scientifically proven, being in love makes you a less productive person. Emma Watson is actually related to a 16th century witch. There was a woman named Veronica Seider had vision 20x better than average. She could identify people more than a mile away. If vampire bats goes 2 days without drinking blood they can die, however, well fed female bats are generous and will puke up blood and share it with other bats which is nice of them. A 17 year old Russian girl has a doll-like face but physique of a body builder. A Spanish scientist in the 1960′s, who was experimenting with mind control devices, managed to stop a bull charging at him with the push of a button.