How Do Worms Move?

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The body of a work contains many, strong muscles. In order to move, a worm pushes the muscles in its body into the ground and lifts itself to a further location. Short bristled hairs on the worms body help it to get a better grip on the ground and control its speed.
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Worms move with the help of their spindle shaped body.
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Earthworms have circular muscles that wrap around the body. When these contract, the worm gets long and skinny. The also have longitudinal muscles that run the length of the body.
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How Do Worms Move?
Earthworms play a vital role in the ecosystem by aerating the soil and allowing air and water to circulate. Without earthworms, countless microorganisms in the soil would be unable to survive, and the roots of plants would wither for lack of water and... More »
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Worms move by using muscles around their hydroskeleton. They squeeze these muscles and enlongate their bodies which allows them to move forward.
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