PORT PHILLIP BAY, Victoria (KGO) -- No, this video is not set on loop. It's just a really long worm, spotted off the coast of Australia.
Jules Casey, a marine photography enthusiast based near Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, captured video of a giant worm burying itself in the sand.
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"Can you guess how long this worm is?" posted Casey on Instagram.
The video goes on for nearly 30 seconds before you finally the worm's tail.
"It's a Spoon Worm .... Google Ikeda taenioides if you don't believe me," added Casey.
According to the Berkeley's Museum of Paleontology, there are only about 150 species of echiurans known today.
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Video shows giant worm burying itself in sand