Where Do Worms Come from?

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Baby worms are normally hatched from eggs that have been laid by the parent worm. Usually, worms get into the system of the host through consumption of infected foods and unhygienic practices like failing to wash your hands after visiting the toilet.
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Worms germinate in moist soil. Many people claim that worms appear in spoiled meat like magic. The other people said flies landed and put worm eggs on the meat.
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