Rainbow Fishing Worm White Clay Creek, Landenberg, PA (Fall+colors wild+animals ). Photo by janetlorraine
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Rainbow Fishing Worm White Clay Creek, Landenberg, PA

Uploaded by: janetlorraine

Monday December 5, 2011

PA, PA

Caption: Has anyone else seen such a colorful fishing worm? Today my nephew and I went for a hike through a back trail in White Clay Creek Park. We saw this iridescent, rainbow colored fishing worm crossing the path toward the creek. We didn't know if this was a natural state or if it was caused by all the chemicals prevalent in waterways these days.

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Artist: Janet L. Garten

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1. Kajzar
12:47 AM GMT on December 07, 2011
I'm afraid you may be right, it could be caused by chemicals. Anyway, it looks beautiful.
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