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Giant Sea Worm

Above is the giant sea worm that has been caught at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay, Great Britain.

I did not have any idea that a creature such as this existed on the Earth.

The sea worm was in a tank at the aquarium eating other creatures. Officials at the aquarium did not know that the creature was in the tank until the trouble started and the tank was searched. 

Here is a story on the worm. There is also a gallery of pictures you can click of giant sea creatures at the link.

I don’t like looking at that creature and it would scare me if I saw it in my bathtub or sink. Yet if it did appear in one of those places I could take a picture of it and blog traffic would spike for a few days from the novelty.

Here is the link to the Blue Reef Aquarium. 

Here is information on the city of Newquay.

Here is a story about sea worms that eat nothing but whale bones.

Here is some general information about sea worms. 

I know it’s possible you’ve come here off a search engine link about giant sea worms, and I’m glad you have, but there is a lot to know about the oceans than just strange creatures. Here is a good and accessible link to learn more about the oceans.   I have a great deal of confidence in the ability of average folks to learn things and it would be great if you’d check out this link or do some looking on your own about the oceans and different types of sea life.

April 3, 2009 - Posted by | Sea Life, Uncategorized | , , , , ,


  1. Ewwww…. That is a disgusting picture. Really, Neil, sometimes you should not post disgusting creatures just to spike up your blog traffic. LOL. You are something.

    Did your wife see this picture?

    Comment by Saleema | April 3, 2009

  2. Yes–It is a terrible picture. But people need to know in case one of these things comes up the drain or finds its way into the family swimming pool out back.

    My wife did see it and is simply resigned to the fact that I am shameless.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | April 3, 2009

  3. I found a baby one on the beach in the puget sound. are these common?

    Comment by margie | April 10, 2009

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