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April 19, 2021


Frenzies of predatory, hooked jaw sea worms seen along coastal waters – they can break skin

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)


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Didn’t Hooked Jaw Sea Worms once open for Seals and Croft?

Not to worry they're all on spring break & just horny.

Promiscuous predatory polychaetes prominent in primaveral partytime.

Good news! There's a major predator that loves to eat these things.
Bad news, it's Great Whit Sharks .
Sharknado XXI here we come.

Wait, I'm confused - are we talking about lawyers here?

Exactly how are these things going to jump out of the ocean and bite me when I'm sitting at Ocean Annie's in Myrtle Beach drinking a Marguerita? (I'll be drinking the Marguerita. I don't know what the hooked jaw sea worms will be drinking)

Enough Margueritas and your apt to create your own frenzy.


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