An earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm found in the phylum Annelida.
Earthworms ... It has a double transport system composed of coelomic fluid that
moves within the .... Earthworms do not ha...
I don't move very quickly, but think about how fast you would go if you had to slide
around on your tummy. ... Actually, I'm pretty well-built, if I do say so myself.
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Compare how your body does each of these things with how a worm does. ...
have no ears, but their bodies can sense the vibrations of animals moving nearby
Earthworms have bristles called setae on each segment of their body, that move
in and out to grip the ground and push them along. The bristles work as anchors
Jun 12, 2012 ... An earthworm moves by using two different sets of muscles. Circular ...
Earthworms don't use a nose, mouth or lungs to breathe like we do.
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each segment bears small hairs known as 'chaetae', which help the worm to
move . ... male and female reproductive organs, but self-fertilisation does not
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To understand how earthworms move, you must first understand their anatomy.
Most earthworms in the United States are between three and 10 inches long.
Why do earthworms come out of the ground when it rains? ... stretch out and then
contract their muscles the setae grab the soil and move the earthworm forward.