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Rangers at Eisenhower State Park are stumped by piles of writhing worms formed in perfect alignment. Picture: Facebook/Eisenhower State Park 
   

 A “STRANGE phenomenon” has park officials at Texas’ Eisenhower State Park stumped.

 
Last week, huge clumps of worms began to appear on the back roads of the park in a vertical formation directly along the middle of the strip.

Initially, rangers thought someone had carelessly dumped piles of spaghetti, but the road was closed to recent flooding in the area and upon inspection, they clumps were moving mounds that were less than edible.

No one knows how the worms got there, or why they formed in such a perfect alignment.

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“We’re still puzzled why they decided to line up in the middle of the road,” Eisenhower State Park Superintendent Ben Herman told ABC News.


“Even our biologist doesn’t know why they’re spaced so well and in the line.”

“We were all fascinated by what happened. It was pretty entertaining to watch the worms do their thing.”

The worms remained in the spot for two days before eventually retreating back into the soil

 

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