Are snakes related to worms?

Answer

Snakes and worms are not related. Snakes are vertebrates, which means they have a backbone, while worms are invertebrates, which means they have no bones. There are many differences between the two such as differences in circulatory systems, nervous systems and also different sensory organs.
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They are long and swiggly. They somtimes dig in dirt. They crawl on their stomachs. When they have babies their stomaches get big.
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Snakes and worms equally related? Ahem. No. Snakes are vertebrates with far more complex organ systems than worms. They are active creatures with scaled skin (no slime), compex eyes
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Scoleciphobia is fear of worms, Ophidiophobia refers to fear of snakes,
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