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The trumpet worm is a bristle worm which protects itself in a conical-shaped tube which it makes itself from sand particles. The animal is named after its trumpet shape. It has golden brushes at the wide end of the tube, by its head. The worm burrows itself into soft bottoms. During easterly winds, you can find these worms on the beach.

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