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New deep-sea worm named after Trinidad & Tobago scientist

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A brand new species of deep-sea worm that may stay in environments on the ocean flooring which can be both extraordinarily scorching or very chilly has been named after a marine scientist from Trinidad and Tobago.

Behold the Judiworm, whose official identify is Lamellibrachia judigobini.

“This should absolutely be a crowning level of my in depth marine profession,” Judith Gobin, a marine ecologist and a professor on the College of the West Indies, stated in a press release Wednesday.

The identify is supposed to honor Gobin for her discoveries and efforts to guard marine life within the area, in accordance with Magdalena Georgieva of the Pure Historical past Museum in London.

The College of the West Indies stated in a press release that the brand new species was collected throughout exploratory missions from 2012 to 2014.

The worm lives close to hydrothermal vents and chilly seeps throughout the Gulf of Mexico and round Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago at depths as much as greater than 10,800 ft (3,300 meters). The vents can attain temperatures of greater than 700 levels Fahrenheit (370 levels Celsius), whereas chilly seeps are solely barely hotter than the encircling water within the deep sea, which is almost freezing.

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