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After You See What This Ribbon Worm Does You Will Never Want To Live On This Earth Again. Freaky

What the freak is this? We have no idea all the types of different species are out there, especially something like this marine ribbon worm that actually spits out some kind of disgusting phenomenon so it can capture its prey. I have never seen anything like this! Wow!!!

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*edit*So, after some researches (conducted excellently by @JaromirAzarov) it seems that this worm is in fact a Nemertea also named &quot;ribbon worm&quot;Link:<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href=""></a>The &quot;thing&quot; it expels on that poor human being is his proboscisLink:<a class="imgur-image" data-hash="GqDOJpS" href="//"></a>The big exemplars apparently tend to do it when handled as described here:Link:<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href=""></a>So, that&#039;s it! Mistery solved! Thanks to all the people that contributed! And now if you excuse me I&#039;m going to burn down my skin

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Actually the marine ribbon worms swallow their prey in whole by spitting out a mucus-like substance smothering their prey.Their are more than 1000 species of ribbon worms (phylum Nemertea), mostly found in the ocean. When attacking prey, they compress their bodies to push out the proboscis like the finger of a latex glove turned inside-out.
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