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...
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Apr 14, 2014 ... Ever wondered how earthworms are able to move so well without having any
external limbs or aids? In this premiere episode of 'Exploring ...
Worms move by using their longitudinal muscles, circular muscles and setae.
Setae are small hairs that protrude from each segment of the worm's body.
Q. What characteristics are used to identify earthworms? A. The easiest things ...
Q. How big do earthworms get? A. Lumbricus ... Q. How do earthworms move?
Apr 25, 2010 ... Question: How do earthworms move without legs? Answer: First watch the video,
and then read my answer and check out the earthworm ...
Can different species of worms mate creating a hybrid worm? How long do
earthworms live? How do earthworms move? What characteristics are used to ...
Look at the pictures of the worm in different positions. Notice which part of its
body stays in the same place from one picture to the next and which part moves.
Jun 12, 2012 ... Although earthworms are classified as animals, their bodies are quite different to
animals ... An earthworm moves by using two different sets of muscles. ...
Earthworms don't use a nose, mouth or lungs to breathe like we do.
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.
Jul 2, 2015 ... But how does an animal move when there are no levers, only muscles? ... at
some boneless examples: the worm, the elephant's trunk, and the.