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Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

The Long Brisile Eunice (Eunice longisetis) is an unusual looking elongated worm that live in burrows dug in gravel and rubble on the ocean floor. Though it looks more like the worm from "Tremors", it uses its five banded tentacles at night to feed by putting its head outside its burrow. Image taken during a night dive at Phil Foster Park in West Palm Beach in Florida

· Date: Sun August 31, 2003 · Reference ID: all/222003_0829_215412AA_1 · Views: 6323 ·
Keywords: Phil Foster Park West Plam Beach Florida Night Dive Shore Muck

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