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 How does an earthworm react to light&darkness?

Answer Though they cannot see, earthworms are extremely sensitive to light. They detect light via tissue located at the top of their head. Scientists have studied earthworms' reaction to light since the t... Read More »
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Why does an earthworm react to light?

Earthworms spend most of their existence buried underground, sheltered from sunlight. When an earthworm emerges into daylight, it will react to the light.IdentificationAn earthworm senses changes i... Read More »
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How Does an Earthworm Eat?

Charles Darwin said of the earthworm, "It may be doubted if there are any other animals which have played such an important part in the history of the world as these lowly organized creatures." Ind... Read More »
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How does an earthworm regenerate?

If you can an earthworm in half, you might think you'll soon have two on your hands thanks to regeneration, but only some earthworms have the ability to regrow their parts, and even those won't dou... Read More »
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Does an earthworm have a nucleus?

Earthworms are primitive creatures, but they have well-developed nervous, muscular, reproductive, circulatory and digestive systems. This means that earthworms are made up of millions of cells, and... Read More »
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