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 Switzerland has a law that demands social animals like guinea pigs, must have a buddy with them. Not having two of them is considered animal abuse. The Chinese soft-shelled turtle is the only animal known to science that actually urinates through its mouth. A body spray with the name of “Flame” was made by Burger King back in 2008 that made you smell like a whopper sandwich. A single man once booked every other seat at the movies to split up couples on Valentine’s Day. You would have to consume 1500 pounds of marijuana in 15 minutes to overdose. There is a dog, who gets money out of the cash machine for his disabled owner It is illegal for a teacher to keep the class after the bell as punishment. It violates the Geneva Convention’s laws on collective punishment. A British soldier once won the Victoria cross for attacking the enemy with beer bottles during the 1950 Korean war. There is an 8 year old serial killer in India. In Mexico, artists can pay their taxes using artwork that they create.