Graphite and colored pencil

Adult polychaete worms live in the sediment on the sea floor, but their larvae live as zooplankton before settling to the bottom to live in the mud. The larvae on the right is an earlier stage and the two on the left are later stage larvae that are starting to look more like worms.

About The Author

Chelsea Clarke

Chelsea is an artist working on Cape Cod. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking and Drawing from Maine College of Art. She will be making daily drawings based on her daily experiences while also developing imagery for a larger body of finished prints.

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