complex creature, far future
Following the human induced collapse of biodiversity, nematode worms became the dominant species on Earth. Despite having been major influencers in the health of the global biosphere, they were condescendingly described as ‘parasites’ and put to work by humans for agricultural exploitation. Their natural ability to cultivate communal relationships with other organisms became the basis for their rise to dominance in planetary ecosystems.
Transferred to IMoB on the termination of the UCL Grant Museum of Zoology (LDUCZ-F1, F7, F11, F12, F30).