Adaptation of a Earthworm?

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Adaptations of an earthworm have happened to secure their survival. Some of these adaptations are bristly hairs on each segment, a body with no appendages, circular muscles in each segment, and pulls its food inside of the mouth area. They have also developed the ability to secrete a slim that helps them move along different types of surfaces.
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