Marine worm larva

Marine worm larva

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Caption: Marine worm larva. Tornaria larva of a hemichordate worm-like marine animal. Tornaria larvae are the free-swimming juvenile form of hemichordates. They are often found as a constituent of plankton and will eventually metamorphose into young worms. Hemichordates are primitive animals dating back to the Lower or Middle Cambrian periods. Photographed off the coast of Reunion Island, Indian Ocean.

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