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Earthworm - Wikipedia

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An earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm found in the phylum Annelida. Earthworms are commonly found living in soil, feeding on live and dead ...

10 Interesting Facts About Earthworms - EcoWatch

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Mar 8, 2014 ... Oh, and earthworms. Anyone prone to working the soil knows that upturning the earth exposes these shiny, wigging, pinkish-brownish tubular ...

Earthworm - National Geographic Kids

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Although native to Europe, earthworms are found throughout North America and western Asia. They do not live in deserts or regions where there is permafrost or ...

Earthworms

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Earthworms are more than just fish bait. They are the main contributors to enriching and improving soil for plants, animals and even humans. Earthworms create ...

Common Earthworm | National Geographic

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Learn all you wanted to know about common earthworms with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Earthworms | NRCS Soils - Natural Resources Conservation Service

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Of all the members of the soil food web, earthworms need the least introduction. Most people become familiar with these soft, slimy, invertebrates at a young age.

Earthworms - Backyard Nature

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May 25, 2016 ... A general description of earthworm ecology and anatomy.

Earthworms and their relatives - BioKIDS - Kids' Inquiry of Diverse ...

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What do they look like? Earthworms are smooth-skinned worms, with a body made of many small segments. If you look at the body you can see lines that mark  ...

Earthworm video - Lumbricus terrestris - 00 | ARKive

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The common earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) is an abundant species, which has an important role in the aeration and fertilisation of soil. It is the largest British ...

Why are earthworms important? - Earthworm Society of Britain

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Much like human engineers, earthworms change the structure of their environments. Different types of earthworms can make both horizontal and vertical ...