The copper jaws of venomous bloodworms can be highly useful.

They are useful in making sustainable manufacturing products.

The worms, which can grow up to 15 inches in length,

spend their lives burrowing through the muddy seafloor

Look for small crustaceans, molluscs, and other worms.

Herbert Waite, a marine biochemist at the University of California says,

They require strong jaws to kill the more active prey

due to less sociability, they fight each other with their jaws.

occasionally the worms will collide in the burrows.

unique fangs could improve how composite materials are made.