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Bristleworm, a member of Phylum Annelida that appeared in the early Cambrian some 530 million years ago.Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Annelida Class: PolychaetaAlso see: Rare Wiwaxia, an enigmatic animal from the Cambrian and putative Annelid ancestor.

Giant sea worm, a giant worm of death apparently. Bobbit Worm. Who lives in the depths way under the sea? Bobbit Killer Worm! Who cuts it's prey in half and is scary indeed? Bobbit Killer Worm!

Swimmingly peacefully through the dark waters of the ocean the world over are marine planktonic polychaete worms in genus Tomopteris These mesmerizing creatures are relatively transparent until they shine a deep bioluminescent blue. One species, Tomopteris nisseni, is one of the few creatures on the planet to produce yellow bioluminescence.

Phylum Annelida (Segmented worms)

Feather worm: Have tubular digestive systems with openings at both ends. Some organs and more specialized tissues.