Need help figuring out what your alien looks like? Take a look at these macro shots of polychaetes, bristle worms of the deep sea. Yes, folks, these are local. As in, on our planet. Right now. *shudder*
Polychaetes, or bristle worms, are a class of deep-sea-dwelling annelid worms. Thanks to a new macro photo gallery of them on the Telegraph’s website, it’s safe to say bristle worms are also TERRIFYING. Here are six examples of why.
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