Can Worms Swim?

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Worms can swim though they cannot stay for long periods of time submerged in water. Some worms, such as those of the Osedax family, are known to secrete acids in order to feed properly on the skeletons of fish and whales.
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1. Keep any soil or plants at least 20 feet away from the swimming pool. Worms normally live in dirt, and hard rain can draw them out of the ground. As they try to get out of the
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They are Chironomid midges also known are red worm larvae, and they are very had to get rid of.
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Worms are not equipped for water motility - they are built for moving through the earth. !
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