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Wildlife Wonderland Park, Gippsland, Australia

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Many zoomorphic buildings are based on majestic animals. Not so the Wildlife Wonderland Park, which pays tribute to the largest worms on the planet. Some have measured nine feet in length and are often mistaken for snakes. The museum is now closed but the building still stands in Gippsland (about two hours from Melbourne). If you put your ear to the ground, you might hear those worms moving—they’re that big.

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Wildlife Wonderland Park, Gippsland, Australia

Many zoomorphic buildings are based on majestic animals. Not so the Wildlife Wonderland Park, which pays tribute to the largest worms on the planet. Some have measured nine feet in length and are often mistaken for snakes. The museum is now closed but the building still stands in Gippsland (about two hours from Melbourne). If you put your ear to the ground, you might hear those worms moving—they’re that big.

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