Kids' Korner: Calling All Super Sleuths!

 

Thousands of years ago, a blood-sucking creature was used to treat everything from gangrene to headaches. In today's modern medical setting, this same segmented worm, with suction cups at both ends, is used in critical wound care in large hospitals including the world-famous Mayo Clinic.

Approved by the Food and Drug Administration, this vampire of the worm world has aided in the healing of skin grafts and limb-attachment surgery, and also emits a natural anesthetic that minimizes pain.

For a chance to win $25, do the following:
1) Identify the blood sucker; and
2) give the page number where it is located.

Enter online here, or send answers with your name, address, and phone number to: Cooperative Living Super Sleuth, PO Box 2340, Glen Allen, VA 23058.

        

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