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Giant worm #1
Came across this site today and thought I would share this with you all. Have a look at the rest of the site aswell, some beautiful piccies.

http://www.oregonreef.com/sub_worm.htm
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Re: Giant worm #2
Oh man thats bizzare!
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dwss59 dwss59
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Re: Giant worm #3
oh my god.
Thats definitely a hitch hiker you don't want!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Giant worm #4
lol i wouldnt like that in my tank! i think that would definately freak me out, i think i saw something about that on ultimatereef, some fantastic images!

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Re: Giant worm #5
It's VILE isn't it! Makes you think twice about putting yer mitts in tank with flimsy latex gloves on, ewwwwwww!
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Re: Giant worm #6
It so big i should be able to get it with my barbacue stick. lol. Hard enough trying to get the brittle worm though. It must be quite old to grow to that length.

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Re: Giant worm #7
it says that it was ~2 years old meaning it grew at about 3" per month

i've read that a few times before as it's a very popular thing as its not that common, fortunately lol
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Re: Giant worm #8
I was brought up never to be jealous of others....but OMG that tank. I WANT IT.

He can keep the worm though. YUK

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