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A mind is a terrible thing to taste.
June 5, 2006


Eunice aphroditois is a worm that dwells on the ocean
floor. The female may attack the male's sex organ after
mating, detaching it with her sharp bone plates and then
feeding it to her young. The common name used to refer
to the species by marine biologists is the "Bobbit worm."

The Top 5 Animal Species Nicknamed After Famous People

  1. Hilton Chihuahua: Yaps incessantly until someone pays attention to it; has no particular skills or abilities, but everyone seems to take pictures of it preening or mating.

  2. Condoleezza swallow: Otherwise discriminating and intelligent bird will accept anything fed to it by the Texas loon.

  3. Taylor Hicks killer shark: Simply refuses to dye.

  4. Clinton spiders: Male makes constant attempts to breed; female ignores this and pursues control of colony.

    and the Number 1 Animal Specie Nicknamed After a Famous Person...

  5. DeGeneres woodchuck: Mates only with beavers.

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Selected from 134 submissions from 45 contributors.
Today's Top Five List authors were:

  • Colleen Stelmaszek, Houston, TX -- 1 (16th #1)
  • John J. Brassil, Nashville, TN -- 2
  • Trish Jensen, Reedsville, PA -- 3
  • Michael Sheinbaum, Exton, PA -- 4 Website
  • Matt Moore, Fresno, CA -- 5
  • Christa Grunewald, Wamego, KS -- 5
  • Nathan C. Sherman, Bellevue, WA -- Topic
  • Tristan Fabriani, Passaic, NJ -- Banner Tag
  • Chris White, Los Angeles, CA -- List owner/editor Hall of Famer
  • Mobb Deep, Queensbridge, NY -- Ambience   (explanation)

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