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 Cows have best friends and they tend to spend most of their time together. 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. A man acquired super-human memory skills after being hit in the head by a baseball. The sloppy handwriting of doctors kills more than 7000 people annually. Emma Watson is actually related to a 16th century witch. You can remember the value of Pi(3.1415926) by counting each word’s letters in “May I have a large container of coffee”. Men have fluctuating hormonal changes similar to women’s monthly cycle In 2007, A Chinese couple tried to name their child ‘@’, claiming that this certain character echoed their love for the child. Math anxiety is a psychological disorder which causes stress and anxiety when doing math problems. A woman found her lost engagement ring, wrapped around a carrot, after 16 years.