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Marine Worms

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Shanelle Cabral

on 29 October 2012

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Transcript of Marine Worms

Background photo by t.shigesa Marine worms are some of the most unique worm species on the planet. They need more than the earth’s rich soil to survive they need water! The water must be mixed sand or soil to create a nice “muddy” space for the worm to inhabit. Marine worms come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They may be long and thin, plumb and short, flattened and floppy, bright and colorful or dull and dark. For Your Interest.. What is a Marine Worm?

Any worm that lives in a marine environment is considered a marine worm. Marine worms are found in several different phyla, including the Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, Annelida (segmented worms), Chaetognatha, Hemichordata, and Phoronida.

These worms have special tentacles used for exchanging oxygen and giving out carbon dioxide, plus they are used for reproduction. Marine Worms
BY: Shanelle Cabral There are 13 different types of Marine Worms:
*Beach Worms
*Ship Worms, *Clam Worms, *Giant Feather Dust Worms, *Stream Worms, *Limb Boring Worms, *Christmas Tree Worms, *Horsehair Worms , *Tube, Blood, Flat, Bristle Worms,*Leeches Types Of Marine Worms! Continued.. Marine worms are grouped in many different categories or “phyla”. Some marine worms live underneath boulders and rocks in the sea while others burrow underneath rocks and boulders in mud or sand. Marine worms include but are not limited to: peanut worms, ribbon worms, flatworms, ringed or segmented worms, tube-making worms, and burrow-dwelling worms.
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