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 How do earthworms breathe?

Answer Earthworms are living creatures, and must process oxygen to survive. Yet they spend most of their lives underground, where there isn't much air. They don't have lungs, but still manage to absorb ox... Read More »
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How big are earthworms?

Earthworms, commonly referred to as nightcrawlers, are found in warm, moist soil. Earthworms are useful as fish bait and are fed upon by birds. Earthworms help sustain plant life by burrowing into ... Read More »
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What do earthworms look like?

Earthworms are found throughout the world, and come in varying sizes. They digest dead organic material and help keep soil healthy, making them an important part of any ecosystem. They need moist s... Read More »
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Can humans eat earthworms?

According to WormWatch, earthworms are actually high in protein, and humans have been eating them for years. A cookbook was written in the 1970s, called Entertaining with Insects, which gives instr... Read More »
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Do earthworms eat dirt?

When deep underground, earthworms eat the organisms that dwell in raw dirt, such as fungi, bacteria and algae. Earthworms close to the surface are more likely to eat organic materials, like dead pl... Read More »
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