Unlike looks ugly and uncouth like any other worm, Christmas tree worm with the brilliance and wonderful beauty make a marine Xmas.

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The ocean is one of the main attractions in human lives all around the world. There are a large number of animals in the oceans. And one of them is Christmas tree worm – a marine species with the magic beauty. Known to marine biologists as Spirobranchus giganteus, Christmas Tree Worms are species of tube-building polychaete worms belonging to the Serpulidae family. They’re called Christmas Tree Worms because they look like Christmas trees with the wonderful beauty make a shining ocean.

Now forget everything you think you knew about worms – far from the pallid, slimy and supremely unassuming critters most often seen after it rains or on the end of a fishhook, Christmas Tree Worms are one of the true visual wonders!

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