Watch Where You Swim! Hook-jawed Sea Worms Spotted On SC Coast
Watch where you swim! Hook-jawed sea worms have been spotted on the coast of South Carolina. According to Walla Walla University, the worms are often used as bait and have jaws that are strong enough to break human skin. According to SCDNR, they undergo a transformation in the Spring and morph into reproductive forms called ‘Epitokes.’ They are also known as Clamworms.