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Can’t see movie. Try some pics.
This is the best I could do with a photo...
There are three wormlike things that retract simult

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Hard to tell from the pic! Google peanut worm.
 

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I was able to expand pic a little and believe i see brittle star.
Does it look like what i think i see:

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I was able to expand pic a little and believe i see brittle star.
Does it look like what i think i see:

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ones you circled I second peanut worm, one i circled from the video is a brittle star

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Is it likely that there would be 3 or more peanut worms? It almost looks like thin earthworms that retract in when light is shined on them.
 
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Ya there can be dozens or hundreds of peanut worms in the rock if it was live rock. they are good and just eat leftover food and stuff and clean your rock

google Micro brittle star, that's what I circled in your video frame
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