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Bizarre sea creature fished up in Texas

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Robotic Jew

Very cool. The ocean is amazing.

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Seti42

Its movement is mesmerizing. Very cool. It looks like what you see floating through the air when the Resonator is turned on. (From Beyond reference, lol.)

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Susanc241

Hope it was put back in the sea before it expired.

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Jon the frog

A big marine polychaete, some of them bites like hell !

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Matt221

pretty cool,like a short coloured ragworm which speaking from experience king ragworm nip like b*****y 

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DreadLordAvatar

Good move camera guy, I didn’t know it could breath air.

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Varelse
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Bearded fireworms are abundant on reefs, beneath stones in rocky or seagrass areas and on some muddy bottoms. They have also been found at or near the surface in flotsam and occurs to at least 60 m. They are found throughout the tropical western Atlantic and at Ascension Island in the mid-Atlantic.

From here. Not so uncommon. These guys could be inspirations for Cthulhu.

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DieChecker

I thought it looked like a bristle worm, but I had no idea they got this big.

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kapow53

Anytime you encounter a striped brightly colored sea creature with or without spines leave it alone.

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