Sand striker: The glittering ‘bobbit’ worm that chops fish in half with its retractable jaws

Sand strikers (Eunice aphroditois) live buried in the seafloor waiting for prey to swim above its large jaws. (Image credit: kanyhun / Imazins via Getty Images)

Name: Sand striker (Eunice aphroditois), also known as a bobbit worm 

Where it is found: Tropical shallow waters around the world


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