Ice Worms

Ice worms fascinate me.  They are, as you guessed, worms that live in ice.  They burrow through ice, and, if warmed up, dissolve into a goo.   They are up to an inch long and inhabit glaciers and snowfields in the coastal ranges of Alaska, British Columbia, Washington and Oregon.  There isn’t much known about them, and they’ve never been found anywhere else.

Seattle Times Article