How Do Tapeworms Move?


Tapeworm is a parasite that can survive in a human being's intestines. They move around by crawling or twisting and usually come from waste product like faeces. As they move they release little eggs of six to twelve cemented jointly.
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Tapeworms are a parasite that can live in the human body. They are larva when they live inside humans so they move like any worm or larva would move.
Tapeworms move with their teeth. They have six rows of teeth! Tapeworms are more commonly found in household pets rather than their owners. You can find more information here:
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