Leeches are really immortal? Guy lets leeches “swim” in gasoline and the result is unexpected


Even the guy used ignite to burn.

Leeches are segmented parasitic or predatory worm-like animals that belong to the phylum Annelida and comprise the subclass Hirudinea. They are closely related to the oligochaetes, which include the earthworms, and like them have soft, muscular, segmented bodies that can lengthen and contract.

Leeches are hideous animal

Both groups are hermaphrodites and have a clitellum, but leeches typically differ from the oligochaetes in having suckers at both ends and in having external annulations that do not correspond with their internal segmentation. The body is relatively solid, and the spacious body cavity found in other annelids, the coelom, is reduced to small channels.

Guy put leeches in gasoline to test life

Audiences should not imitate at home to avoid a fire

The majority of leeches live in freshwater environments, while some species can be found in terrestrial and marine environments. The best-known, such as the medicinal leech, Hirudo medicinalis, are hematophagous, attaching themselves to a host with a sucker and feeding on blood, having first secreted the peptide hirudin to prevent the blood from clotting. A minority of leech species are predatory, mostly preying on small invertebrates.

The vitality of leeches makes people amazed

To check the life of leeches, the guy desperately bought gasoline to let leeches swim. Even the guy used ignite to burn. After “swimming” in gasoline for some minutes, the leeches gradually disintegrated but they still live. After posting, the video garnered great attention from the public. Everyone was curious about the vitality of the leeches. In the comment section, many people offer different ways to kill leeches but the methods are controversial.  Have you ever seen leeches? If you have any method to take leeches ‘s life, share them om comment sections.

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