Worm Shells Coloring Page

worm shells and sea urchin
Sea urchin and worm shells

Help yourself to this worm shell coloring page. (Use freely except to sell). I’ve included outlines of four West Indian worm shells that are usually found along the southeastern coast of Florida and in the West Indies in shallow water. They are sometimes found clumped together washed up on the beaches.
They are not “worms” and get their name from the look of the shell.
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worm shells coloring page by Pam Carter is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

worm shell art
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