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Millions of bristle worms swarmed Californian Vilano Beach

 
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Millions of bristle worms swarmed Californian Vilano Beach
Vilano Beach waters swarmed with worms early Monday morning for a ritual nature event that only happens once a year.

Millions upon millions of red marine worms could be seen from the surface as they zipped around shallow Vilano Beach waters around 3 a.m. Monday. According to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Public Information Coordinator Karen Parker, these “many-haired-segment worms” come to the surface at night once a year to reproduce.

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Re: Millions of bristle worms swarmed Californian Vilano Beach
strange. i had a dream about one of these creatures.
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Re: Millions of bristle worms swarmed Californian Vilano Beach
Good thing "Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Public Information Coordinator Karen Parker" is on the job explaining marine worms in California.





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