|Time zone: 200 million years|
A meter long
In the underground reservoirs of the Central Desert
The slickribbon swims by means of paddles, one pair to each segment, beating in a wave-like action like a kind of aquatic millipede. It is transparent and has mouth parts which are mounted on an extendible trunk, which it can shoot out in the fraction of a second.
Gloomworms lingering near the surface of the water are a tasty source of food for the slickribbon.