How Do Earthworms Move?

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Earthworms move by contracting their muscles which shortens and then lengthens their bodies. They also produce a slimy mucus to help with locomotion.
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How Do Earthworms Move?
To understand how earthworms move, you must first understand their anatomy. Most earthworms in the United States are between three and 10 inches long. Their bodies are cylindrical, muscular and divided into small segments. No appendages protrude from the... More »
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