True Facts: Bobbit Worm and Polychaete Pals

  • Published on Aug 16, 2018
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  • Lauren Tucker
    Lauren Tucker 2 years ago +5483

    I’m a marine bio student and we are going over polychaete worms and this video made more sense to me than my actual lectures. Thank you for this!

    • Mirco
      Mirco 3 months ago

      as a marine bio student u should know, that corals are no ocean plants..... -.-

    • Jay B
      Jay B Year ago +2

    • Artemis red
      Artemis red Year ago +1

      Willow Arkan mosses* Jesus I read that as Moses and was so confused

    • Artemis red
      Artemis red Year ago +1

      Why doesn’t he want to talk about acorn worms??

  • Vince V.
    Vince V. Year ago +1323

    9:03 - "Remember, we're all just tubes with some fancy bits attached, looking for stuff to put in the front, and looking for places to put whatever comes out the other side"....this is disgustingly poetic.

    • 崔莱
      崔莱 7 months ago +7

      @Nick Suazo Humans are chordates, and chordates are basically tube + fancy parts.

    • Turtleproof
      Turtleproof 11 months ago +18

      Fun fact: the human colon technically begins at the mouth and ends at the trumpeter.

    • Nick Suazo
      Nick Suazo Year ago +36

      Not to mention true and accurate. Still hilarious, though 😂

  • Andrew Risser
    Andrew Risser Year ago +476

    His complete aversion to the acorn worm makes want to know more. But at the same time there is an undercurrent of fear of whatever the hell the Acorn worm is capable of to make zefrank not want to talk about it.
    Edit: I now understand the aversion. And I sympathise.

    • RainAngel111
      RainAngel111 17 days ago +1

      I mean how is it that different from the sand bubbler crab. The only difference is the worms totally ingest the sand and poop it back out again.

    • Cry for help
      Cry for help 2 months ago +5

      @Kreschavier I mean it's the ocean... Ofc we're swimming in piss. And poop. And maybe some other stuff

    • Kreschavier
      Kreschavier 2 months ago +2

      @Through the Black Hole To the Lilium Hunt yeah, but people don't want to know that they're swimming in something's piss

    • Through the Black Hole To the Lilium Hunt
      Through the Black Hole To the Lilium Hunt 7 months ago +11

      @It's a cookie Why not!? Being realistic about can only makes you love it more! Somehow should make you feel more part of the entire universe....and should make you very coscious (?) on going in...aware of the danger,starting learning a favourable routine to adapt to it....

  • Jennifer Bauters
    Jennifer Bauters 2 years ago +1288

    I died laughing at "Imagine that a Williamsburg Hipster fell into a ball pit up to their mustachios and has to use it to catch kale chip crumbs and Quinoa."

  • The man
    The man 11 months ago +204

    That octopus looked like he’s thinking about the horrors he had just seen

    • Arctic Guy
      Arctic Guy 10 months ago +10

      Can you blame him????

  • Liz Xu
    Liz Xu 2 years ago +4539

    "We're all tubes with some fancy stuff attached." Once again, zefrank keepin us humble

    • Dorothy Seller
      Dorothy Seller 19 days ago

      Bobbit worm don't need friggin tube

    • Moon Clouds
      Moon Clouds Month ago

      @Evelien Boekelo to be there by 10 bucks a week for 7777 no

    • Moon Clouds
      Moon Clouds Month ago

      @Evelien Boekelo to be at your office tomorrow at all day off 📴📴

    • Sam Russo
      Sam Russo 3 months ago

      Literally we all evolved from tubes

    • Farid Al aziz
      Farid Al aziz 3 months ago

      @David Howard Oh no 💀, anyway thank you for the fact 🙏🏻🗿

  • Kaecey the panda
    Kaecey the panda Year ago +30

    I’m fully imagining an AU where humans have evolved a symbiotic nose based relationship with shy colorful fluff worms that are nervous to pop out in front of people, and that’s how you really know you’re close close with somebody, when they’ve met ur lil nose worm 🥺

    • DashedEuthanasia
      DashedEuthanasia 8 months ago +5

      The line "Okay, still beautiful. But now I feel like vomiting. It's kind of like love." applies

    • Sebas2505
      Sebas2505 9 months ago +4

      what the fuck

  • eggseventy
    eggseventy Year ago +27

    Listening to how excited Ze gets when something interesting happens that he wasn't expecting is honestly super wholesome

  • Kamil525
    Kamil525 2 years ago +557

    "This frog fish for example...
    is fucked."

    • NacA
      NacA Month ago


    • Kamil525
      Kamil525 7 months ago +4

      @Jedi 1234 was

    • Jedi 1234
      Jedi 1234 11 months ago +10

      "This fish is having a good day."

  • Moros666420
    Moros666420 Year ago +188

    "it's like sending your genitals to the bar while you binge watch netflix at home" I'm dead 🤣

  • -𝔖𝔭𝔦𝔡𝔢𝔯♰𝔬𝔭𝔲𝔰-

    That octopus was a straight up badass escaping from that worm. Love those creatures. 🖤

  • Thurein Tun
    Thurein Tun 2 years ago +23

    Love how the host presented all these videos like real-time story telling. It makes me a child again

  • Rockin
    Rockin Year ago +8

    For one of my classes, I have to make an informational flyer about a topic that pertains to the subject, so I'm doing mine on annelids. Specifically, earthworms because they're the ones I can relate most to geology. I put in some stuff about polychaetes too but I'm glad it's giving me an excuse to watch this video again, and again, and again, and again, and again. I'm linking this video in my post and no one can stop me.

  • Chase Blasser
    Chase Blasser 2 years ago +120

    "There's no man in an elf costume standing in a kiddie pool full of hotdogs at the end of this rainbow".

  • chatboulon
    chatboulon Year ago +30

    "It's a hard world for a soft worm..."
    True words. ✊

  • John Elmar Tagbago
    John Elmar Tagbago Year ago +134

    *Can someone please animate all of the Zefrank **_"Imagine if..."_** descriptions?* 😂😂😂

    • Julie McKinney
      Julie McKinney Year ago +3

      FB group: who keeps giving these mofos art supplies?

  • Ryan’s Reef
    Ryan’s Reef 2 years ago +164

    “It’s like sending your genitalia to the bar while you binge watch Netflix.”
    Win win!!!

  • Jennifer Holden
    Jennifer Holden 2 months ago +2

    I found this channel yesterday and haven’t stopped laughing yet. I have to rewind because I’m so busy laughing I miss some. Thank you, you’ve made an elderly English lady very happy.

  • Gideon Kalve Jarvis
    Gideon Kalve Jarvis 2 years ago +561

    "Oh look, a random hole. I think I'll go down in it. What could possibly go wrong?"
    Hmm, yeah, that's about how most of my D&D games get started...

    • SteamGeek01
      SteamGeek01 7 months ago

      Every random hole shall now contain a Bobbit Worm in my campaigns,
      This shall make perception rolls so much fun,

    • ajh4606
      ajh4606 7 months ago

      So, Critical Role campaigns in a nutshell.

    • Dayton Thacker
      Dayton Thacker 11 months ago +1

      @Lyle the LazyLungfish lucky, my friends are too serious when we play

    • Lord Felidae
      Lord Felidae 11 months ago +1

      I once interrupted the bbeg’s monologue by throwing a fish at his face.

    • Turtleproof
      Turtleproof 11 months ago

      Typical Friday night for me.

  • Gryffbirb
    Gryffbirb 3 years ago +5583

    "True Facts is not appropriate for children. Or adults who don't act like children." Truer words have never been spoken good sir.

    • Christopher Daniel
      Christopher Daniel 2 months ago

      Lol that was one of my favorite parts 🤣 woke my 11 mo daughter from her nap laughing

    • Arctic Guy
      Arctic Guy 10 months ago

      @Kornell Brown Ok. Is being an adult fun or more stressful than middle school?

    • Kornell Brown
      Kornell Brown 10 months ago

      @Arctic Guy Now that I'm an adult... I'd like to back track on my previous statement. lmao

    • Arctic Guy
      Arctic Guy 10 months ago

      @Kornell Brown Hehehe, no.

    • Stargazer 199
      Stargazer 199 11 months ago

      @Turtleproof no typo here

  • Ben Reece
    Ben Reece 2 years ago +23

    Just got a new sci-fi idea from this video. Imagine some of these creatures Gene modified to be nose jewelry, or smell enhancement critters. Have them popping out of everyone's noses.

  • Elizabeth Gaspodnetich

    I have never had more fun learning anything, ever! I finally had to put my lunch down or I was going to choke to death! You are awesome at what you do, keep doing it, please!!

  • xendurr
    xendurr Year ago +99

    I have a feeling the octopus just slapped the Bobbit worm and shouted "n o !" in octopus.

  • Dean Ford
    Dean Ford 11 months ago +15

    'We're all just tubes with fancy bits attached, looking for stuff to put in the front and finding places to put whatever comes out the other side.'
    Truer words have never been spoken.

  • Grandpa Stoner
    Grandpa Stoner 2 years ago +13

    This guy is So funny! I would've stayed in school if I had a teacher like this

  • Ghassan Kalmoni
    Ghassan Kalmoni Year ago +5

    Fascinating underwater jewels. an endless display of nature's might

  • Dawn Oldham
    Dawn Oldham Year ago +1

    I always find these videos funny, entertaining and even educational. ZeFrank does an incredible job!

  • Randall Petroelje

    Thanks, that’s so cool. I love your show and teaching. Just imagine how ancient these creatures are.

  • Ashley Wool
    Ashley Wool 3 years ago +5052

    Every time he starts a sentence with, "To understand this, imagine..." you know it's going to be good.

    • Tony Kwon
      Tony Kwon 2 years ago +1

      @Universe's Biggest Douchebag thx for your valuable time wasting on pointing that out

  • Hadric Tenus
    Hadric Tenus 2 years ago +2

    Just like how pervy and informative this guy is. I could imagine him doing it while making jokes.
    - No way so hilarious.

  • Audrey Lee
    Audrey Lee 2 years ago

    I love this video! Can you please make more videos on the different classes and phyla of worms? I heard that there are about 12 different phyla of worm with hundreds of thousands of species!

  • Jennifer Kline
    Jennifer Kline Month ago +1


  • Jonathan Donley
    Jonathan Donley Year ago +18

    The "give me a kernel of corn and let's play butthole pachinko" part gets me every time.

  • Kim Marie Faber
    Kim Marie Faber Year ago +2

    All these worms look disgusting...but I love them when Zefrank describes them!

  • Masha Spikego
    Masha Spikego 6 months ago

    The unique descriptive narration of these videos are truly awe inspiring - admit it we have all briefly imagined what it would be like to have this delightful fellow narrate our lives.

  • Marie OConnor
    Marie OConnor 2 years ago +1

    Where has this narrator been all my life?!?
    Humor, education and a pleasing voice...trifecta win! Immediate sub.

  • Kristie Roybal
    Kristie Roybal Year ago +1

    I love EVERYONE who follows Mr. Frank. 💕 I feel like we are part of a secret club of not blatantly obvious very cool people who think expanding the realms of our minds is spectacular fun. And we're all just a bit... bent in an odd, but delightful direction. 🥴

  • Felix Henson
    Felix Henson 2 years ago +3002

    "Aww not an octopus..." "IT GOT OUT!!" I feel this in my soul

    • TransRoofKorean
      TransRoofKorean 9 months ago +1

      @well, shit wut
      , digesting alive is what a lot of spiders do, a lot of fish do, most snakes do
      we're already on to like 20% of animals just from that
      that's not "f'ing strange", it's just not how _you_ eat when you haven't been pleasuring your dad

    • RQB
      RQB 10 months ago +1

      @Richard Paige III it's a human torture octopus for no good reason kinda world

    • Guy Riessen
      Guy Riessen 10 months ago

      No one f*cks with The Jesus... or the Cthulhu

    • well, shit
      well, shit 11 months ago +5

      @Atillatzke no actually if the "tables were turned" it would not purposefully keep me alive to swallow me whole. Also there is no such thing as "third species perspective" because different species are so vastly different. And in order for the "tables to be turned" you need to consider that we as humans have more than enough food and variety so it would just choose crab. Eating alive is one thing but digesting alive is pretty fucking strange even in the animal kingdom.

  • alex carter
    alex carter 2 years ago

    These videos are great. Various sea creatures I've been stung by, eaten, watched, had watch me, fed my boogers to, found in my shorts, etc. all explained.

  • anthony Palmateer
    anthony Palmateer 10 months ago +1

    Alright. After watching like 30 of your videos! I just gotta say! These are the best documentary style animal videos I've ever seen! You learn alotta shit about said animal or species. And the voice narrator sounds like a real documentary guy! And hes fucken hilarious! Seriously I cant picture this not becoming a huge Netflix series or something. Fuck all normal documentaries from now on. I need you to expand! Do some dinosaur documentary videos. Get crazy and do some space videos! Some fucken alien and conspiracy videos! Very excited to see where this goes
    P.s when you said, take this frogfiah for example. Hes fucked. I lost it for like 10 mins lls absolutely hilarious

  • Sam Klug
    Sam Klug Year ago

    10/10 channel. Made me genuinely laugh more than most other videos ive seen in the last year. Thank you!

  • Dudius McThude
    Dudius McThude Month ago

    ZeFrank, I have a question for you: if there were 2 astronauts on the moon and one picked up a big ol moon rock and blugeoned the other astronaut to death with it, would that be fucked up or what?

  • Jay
    Jay 3 years ago +266

    Ze Frank is kind of like my dad. He says he's only going out to get the groceries for a few minutes and then takes months to come back.

  • Peter Gambier
    Peter Gambier 5 months ago

    Fascinating and beautiful creatures plus the Zefrank narration, a great learning aid thanks.
    I was also glad to have seen the baby octopus escape, there is a god.

  • Sucker Supreme
    Sucker Supreme 27 days ago +1

    Polychaetes are some of the strangest things in the world, it’s a fantastic example of why everyone wanted to be a marine biologist as a kid (and now)

  • aron waggoner
    aron waggoner 2 years ago

    So fun to listen to. I cant get enough of this...always hilarious!!!

  • Rachel Smith
    Rachel Smith Year ago

    I took marine biology in high school. We dissected a fire worm (among numerous other life froms). The teacher told us to be careful of the bristles and still no gloves.

  • Mohit Thakur
    Mohit Thakur 3 years ago +2028

    "We're all just tubes with fancy bits attached, looking for stuff to put in the front and finding places to put whatever comes out."

    • Sholah Verassa
      Sholah Verassa 4 months ago

      @Psuedo Nym I don't quite remember this part of the lectures, but isn't it because our ass forms in a place that used to be a mouth of some primitive ancestral organism, and then something has changed dramatically and here we are?..

    • Sholah Verassa
      Sholah Verassa 4 months ago

      @Psuedo Nym Well, I imagine assembling a functioning mouth with all its bells and whistles takes more time than a radial muscle and a poophole.

    • sasamuraki
      sasamuraki 2 years ago +2

      Simple butt true.

    • john wrath
      john wrath 2 years ago

      From a developmental biology perspective, it's absolutely true.

  • Patrizia G
    Patrizia G Year ago

    This was cool! If you're taking requests, I'd like to see a video on the proboscis worm. Thanks for your consideration. :-)

  • Cat Poke
    Cat Poke Year ago +1

    I always assumed bobbit 'worm' was a misnomer and that they weren't worms at all due to them looking hard and segmented, and I thought the bristles were legs. But nope. They're worms. Just bristle worms.

  • J A
    J A 2 years ago +13

    I’d like to recommend “The Bobbit Worm chronicles” as essential reading concerning the animal.

  • Al Sayid
    Al Sayid Year ago

    That last bit was actually pretty deep. We're all just tubes with some fancy bits attached, looking for stuff to put in the front, and finding places to put whatever comes out the other side.

  • Ferrum Blade
    Ferrum Blade 2 years ago +1864

    “That is an acorn worm and we are not talking about the acorn worm”
    I agree with you 100 percent

    • PSYC840
      PSYC840 Year ago

      Don’t they make huts out of their own shit?

    • Melissa Watson
      Melissa Watson Year ago

      Stephanie Logan 😂😂🤣🤣

    • Sninctbur
      Sninctbur 2 years ago

      5 minutes later: “Acorn worms share 70% of our DNA.”

    • Over Lord
      Over Lord 2 years ago

      I only agree 70%

    • 1
      1 2 years ago +1

      "indeed quite" pick one or the other, we get it you're supposed to be smart

  • Fuzzy Lumpkin
    Fuzzy Lumpkin 2 years ago

    I’ve watched this like 20 times. And I’ll keep watching it cuz it never gets old 🤣

  • erica_238
    erica_238 2 years ago +1

    only zeefrank will manage to make a 10 minute video on worms entertaining

  • Sasha Rojo
    Sasha Rojo 9 months ago

    So funny but actually educational. Love it😄

  • Jeff Klaubo
    Jeff Klaubo 10 months ago

    I had a saltwater aquarium that had bristleworms. My sister thought they looked cool and wanted to pet it... I never seen someone scream so loud lmao

  • Just About Anything
    Just About Anything 3 years ago +167

    It must be very satisfying to know that the fruit of your labor is the happiness of thousands and thousands of people. These videos always make my day.

  • mjrchapin
    mjrchapin 9 months ago

    Informative, hilarious, gross and crazy. PERFECT!

  • muhkuhrider
    muhkuhrider Year ago

    I love your facts series so much and biology shouldn’t be taught in any other way ever again!
    I think it’s anemone though. Instead of anenome..?
    Sorry, had to get that out..

  • Rocky Mountain Bear
    Rocky Mountain Bear 10 months ago +1

    So, humans aren't the only species that form death orgy cults. This makes me feel very super gigantically better (polychaetely speaking).

  • Chris Nielsen
    Chris Nielsen Year ago

    I found a bobbit worm at the beach once, it was catching stuff at a creek runoff. I tried to catch it but was too slow. I'm really happy I was too slow, I had no idea they were that long!

  • Matteo Gabriele
    Matteo Gabriele 3 years ago +1979

    "It's like sending you genitals to the bar while you're binge watching Netflix at home: win win"
    This is gold!

    • groovie444
      groovie444 3 years ago +10

      A genitalia walks into a bar...

    • neuralmute
      neuralmute 3 years ago +31

      @Patrick degnan We must never forget how the sea cucumber do.

    • Patrick degnan
      Patrick degnan 3 years ago +66

      Meanwhile the seacucumber has a fish in its butt.

  • Ghassan Kalmoni
    Ghassan Kalmoni 11 months ago +1

    Hilariously funny combination of words combusted with innocent laughter and giggles leading to an entertaining funfair of serene atmosphere. Can't help loosing myself in its gripping maze.

  • Andrew Munro
    Andrew Munro 11 months ago

    Imagine having a home aquarium and noticing a one day you find sand mason worm building it’s home in it. It would be quite the conversation starter with guests for a start.

  • J Autrey
    J Autrey 2 years ago +2

    Lol this was first episode of your channel I've seen... Subscribed immediately after 'pinky' joke, look forward to your other episodes! Ty for your work! Okay and it just gets better, you are awesome rofl!

  • Christopher Quinones

    I've never watched a video make my fear of the ocean so much stronger than it already was. Lmao

  • Dr. Zespert
    Dr. Zespert 2 years ago +585

    Imagine being a god taking creation class and the teacher says “make a human” and you make an acorn worm and get a C-

    • Masha Spikego
      Masha Spikego 6 months ago

      And then you decide to try and get a higher mark by partnering up with the class pet and just whack your project on theirs.

    • GangrenousGandalf
      GangrenousGandalf 6 months ago

      70%of the time, every time.

    • a_mini _acid
      a_mini _acid 7 months ago +1

      @Sethrael the Bard because it's 70% correct?

    • MiCKi914
      MiCKi914 7 months ago +1

      This made me laugh harder than the actual video! Lmao

    • William Bravo
      William Bravo 10 months ago +11

      Whatever you're having, may I have a hit?

  • Chris G
    Chris G Year ago +1

    This guy does awesome documentaries lmao

  • djdonutte
    djdonutte Year ago +1

    Ever since I saw the Bobbit on Blue Planet I’ve been obsessed by the horror of it. And now ZeFrank as validated my ocd for nature, horror and strange likenesses to things tht seem just wrong...and yet ....

  • TheMuffinMan2133
    TheMuffinMan2133 2 years ago +1

    Almost every video makes me die laughing. You are the only channel that I will like every video from. 😂

  • Scott Conwell
    Scott Conwell Year ago

    Hysterical! ...and educational. Can't beat that combo!

  • Roll0112358
    Roll0112358 3 years ago +1717

    This video has made me realize that I am afraid of sea worms.

    • Positron Decay
      Positron Decay 2 years ago +3

      @Ashe That's actually how the the Bobbit worm was discovered: all this aquarium's fish were disappearing, and they dug up that monstrosity.

    • Beach Girl
      Beach Girl 2 years ago +1

      Sea worms don’t usually bother humans. The fireworm will sting, but they hide under rocks, and they’re bright orange to warn us not to touch.
      Tide pools are full of neat little critters.

    • Steel Man
      Steel Man 3 years ago

      I don't beleive in Kaiser Sose, but I'm afraid of Sea Worms

    • Flying Bearded Dragon
      Flying Bearded Dragon 3 years ago

      Look up peanut worm shell everday to cure your phobia

  • Pug owner
    Pug owner Month ago

    Imagine if they were 20-30 feet long and lived near beaches where humans are known to swim.
    That'll give you nightmares.

  • Clint Parsons
    Clint Parsons 11 months ago

    Unlike most fan worms, these guys are almost impossible to keep in captivity long term. No one really knows why yet.

  • Bill Mayhew
    Bill Mayhew 2 years ago

    I used to have these guys in my coral tank. So beautiful.

  • Naturalistmind
    Naturalistmind Month ago

    Insane how timeless zefrank videos are

  • ChrisTheRobot
    ChrisTheRobot Year ago

    You are both comedic but yet educational at the same time

  • James Moore
    James Moore Year ago +1

    The way he sounded so dejected made me chuckle, “Awww not an octopus...” Lol 6:26 for you lazy people 😂😂😂

  • Antoinette Marlow

    Hurts like a marvin-heckler? Every time I watch a Ze Frank video, he makes me laugh out loud!!

  • Carson Dinwoodie
    Carson Dinwoodie Year ago +2

    now we want to see a documentary on the acorn worm exclusively.

  • Xylo Piano
    Xylo Piano 3 years ago +257

    I used to have a marine biology class where the teacher would put on these videos. I had no idea you were still making these! You've got a returning watcher and a new subscriber!

    • KrotowX
      KrotowX 3 years ago +1

      These videos certainly are the best to wake up lazy class from their smartphones.

    • JGW 54
      JGW 54 3 years ago +13

      I was just thinking that this was the way to teach biology. Wake those suckers up!

  • gary payton
    gary payton Year ago

    i kind of want zefrank to do an episode on acorn worms just so i can know why he so adamantly hates them lol

  • Mary Stachowiak
    Mary Stachowiak 2 years ago

    Oooh! I'm so exited to hear your voice, as I browse sea creatures!
    I was going to suggest you went into the deep.
    Thanks and God Bless. Now I need to start this over. I started messaging as soon as I heard you.

  • Caitlin Tessman
    Caitlin Tessman Year ago

    I believe they used the bobbit worm as the inspiration for the ice worm leviathan in subnautica: below zero.
    Edit: maybe the shadow leviathan, based on the head shape.

  • Ryan B
    Ryan B Year ago

    Christmas tree worms are easily my favorite part of scuba diving in shallow water

  • Hippy282
    Hippy282 11 months ago +1

    I have to say when the video started I started thinking “What’re those children’s toys doing at the bottom of the ocean? Is this footage from a fish tank... Oh! Those are the worms!”

  • Nancy Reid
    Nancy Reid 11 months ago

    I couldn’t love Ze Frank more.

  • Ivan Petrov
    Ivan Petrov 8 months ago

    New to the channel, but I already love it!. Great job!

  • Justin Read
    Justin Read Year ago +1

    This Guy is a Genius. Love these vids.

  • Tech News for Tech Noobs

    I swear, I hear the voice and I just want him to say "Dear Polychaete..."

  • Tater
    Tater 2 years ago +2

    Just found your channel tonight. I’ve been laughing my ass of ever since. You gained a subscriber today. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣👍

  • Sparrow The Cat
    Sparrow The Cat 2 years ago

    The bobit worm is my new fave animal, just because this dude makes it sound so great

  • Artemis red
    Artemis red Year ago

    Yo worms are gross and weird but oddly fascinating
    Does anybody else sort of forget these things are in water when they just sit still??
    I love how ze frank narrates thing like he’ll be all professional but then something happens and that professionalism just gives way

  • Panayiotis Hadjipakkos
    Panayiotis Hadjipakkos 2 years ago +555

    "We're all just tubes with some fancy bits attached"
    I love how one of our developmental biology professors said the exact same thing

  • leoshentaba
    leoshentaba 2 years ago

    You guys gotta do an acorn worm episode. Looking forward to a lot of poop jokes

  • Daniel DeVito
    Daniel DeVito 5 hours ago

    It's weird how they go back into their holes when a human approaches, but not when a fish floats by even closer.

  • thatdude
    thatdude Year ago

    I would absolutely love to have you as a biology teacher

  • Kim Shin
    Kim Shin 5 months ago

    You never fail to make me laugh thanks buddy

  • grasmere64
    grasmere64 3 years ago +235

    "It's like sending your genitals to the bar while you binge watch Netflix at home. Win-win!" Maybe the greatest line in zefrank1 history.