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I'm in the mood for something cold and wet, but I'm also in the mood for something bright and blossoming. Hmmm...
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The actual worm lives inside, safe, secure and hidden away in its long, winding corridor. But then it gets hungry. They're not so hidden when they're hungry!
Video: Yay Happens
Coco Worms positively bloom as a pair of bright orange spirals emerge from the mouth of their tube. It's an arrangement of feathery tentacles which capture tiny plankton for eating.
The Coco Worm goes by several other names, including Red Fanworm, Magnificent Duster and Mopworm. If your New Year's resolution happens to involve looking fabulous when you do the housework, then a Magnificent Duster is a good place to start.