worms are unsegmented worms that burrow in the ground.
sea cucumbers have bumpy soft bodies and are usually draped on sponges
worm eel is a fish that burrows in the ground or hides in crevices
among coral rubble.
|They don't move
very quickly, but are not as slow as synaptid sea cucumbers.
don't move much or do so quite slowly.
||A very active
and fast moving animal.
not have tentacles around the mouth, nor eyes.
||They have a ring
of tentacles around the mouth that gathers edible bits from the water.
They have no eyes.
||It has small
eyes and a mouth.
belong to Phylum Sipuncula
which is different from the more commonly encountered segmented worms
of the Phylum Annelida.
cucumbers belong to Phylum Echinodermata,
which includes other sea cucumbers.
||The worm eel
is a fish and thus a vertebrate
(like us) belonging to the Phylum Chordata.