I spotted a slimy black worm in this rivulet.
Errr... Emmmm.... Well, this is the long shot of the same rivulet. Its called 'My Backyard'!!! I loved the way my backyard looked just after rain.
And as I was roaming about there, I spotted this black slimy worm with a flat, thin, wide head which I had never spotted before. Not exactly in the mud or water, but on the cement flooring beside this.
After taking a couple of shots, I picked this up on a leaf & left it in the soil. Its called a Hammerhead worm.
Scientifically it belongs to the Bipaluim genus. Its a flat worms which esp. feeds on earthworms!!! And like many other flatworms this too on being broken into pieces, grows as individual worms. There are 170 speicies of this worm and there are seen esp. at Indo- Malaysian and South East Asiatic regions and also in North America where its considered nuisance in Earthworm rearing regions!!!