Bristle-worms are common under rocks and among kelp in the intertidal region around New Zealand’s coasts. They grow to 30 centimetres in length, and look like giant blue-green centipedes. They move vigorously when disturbed or exposed to light.
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NIWA – National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research
Photograph by Geoff Read
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