Slimey the Worm is a light and dark orange striped worm that is the pet of Oscar
the Grouch on Jim Henson's Muppet show Sesame Street. Introduced in Season
Q. How can you tell the head of an earthworm from the tail end? ... Q. What is the
collar or band in the middle of the earthworm? ... Q. Why are worms slimy?
Worms are among the most diverse and adaptable creatures in the animal
kingdom. Get the basic facts about worms and how they are able to adapt and
Why does a worm's skin sometimes feel rough? If you gently move your finger
along a worm's “belly side” from the tail end forward, it does feel rough. That's.
How Diffusion Allows an Earthworm to Breathe. Ah … this earthworm ... The
worm's skin is protected by a thin cuticle and kept moist by a slimy mucus. This
lets it ...
Jan 15, 2014 ... Meet your long-lost cousin – yes, a worm. Fossil evidence shows that wormlike
creatures have been around for more than 500 million years.
If you are slimy and live in the dark you probably won't see too many Valentines
Day cards. ... Earthworm slime contains nitrogen, an important nutrient for plants.
Worms owe their slimy texture not to what most would feel to be a self-defense
mechanism or even their specific environment at any given time but to a primal ...
Belt-like swollen area on the earthworm's body is called clitelum. It secretes slimy
substance that forms capsule which protects eggs (sperm cells and eggs ...
May 14, 2015 ... Answers to common questions about earthworms. Do worms have a head? Do
they freeze in winter? Why are worms slimy? More.