Scientists have finally found a millipede that lives up to its name. The name comes from the Latin words mille, which means “thousand,” and pes, meaning “foot.” But the most legs ever counted on a millipede was 750—until now.

Biologists in southwestern Australia have discovered the first true millipede. It has 1,306 legs. That’s more than any other known creature on Earth. The species wasn’t easy to find—it was nearly 200 feet underground.