The bullying waterworm split from its ancestor and grew in size. It now lives and hunts in the underwater muck. The worm feeds on the fry of other waterworms, and tears off the fronds of filterworms and bury worms that it finds in the mud. It also eats the roots of river bubbleweeds, mainly to extract the eggs of cord waterworms. The bullying waterworms will gather in large swarms to feast upon the dead bodies of large fauna that have made their way onto the river bed, and will fight to the death over smaller carcasses. They normally live in groups, but are unorganized and highly aggressive towards each other.
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