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What Are Beach Worms?

What are Beach Worms? Polychaete(worm) Australonuphis commonly called the Australian beach worm is a genus of annelid often used as bait by fishermen. As the name suggests they live in the sand on ocean beaches generally between the high and low tide marks. Beach worms can grow to more than 2 meters in length and have a head with two fangs that they use to rip off pieces of dead fish or birds which are washed up onto the beach.
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