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Thousands of ‘Penis Fish’ Wash up on a Northern California Beach

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Photo of innkeeper worms, also called "penis fish"
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A phallic-looking phenomenon took over a Northern California beach last week after a strong storm uncovered thousands of fat innkeeper worms — colloquially known as penis fish — leaving them stranded on the sand.
Photographer David Ford was walking along Drake’s Beach in Marin County on Dec. 6 with his camera when he noticed a massive flock of seagulls that appeared to be munching on something on the shore.
The appearance of what the birds were eating might be enough to get a chuckle out of even the most mature beachgoer.

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