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 What is the origin of the earthworm?

Answer Scientists have not yet uncovered the definitive origins of the earthworm. However, the research of developmental biologist Rudolf Raff suggests that the earthworm shares a common ancestor with art... Read More »
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The Uses of an Earthworm?

Earthworms aren't the cutest creatures in nature. These slimy, wiggling, faceless critters probably give some people the willies. But they are actually harmless. More than that, they are quite usef... 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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What classification is an earthworm?

According to Earthlife, earthworms are classified as Annelida oligochaeta. "Annelida" refers to worms whose bodies are in rings or segments. The Tree of Life Project explains that "oligochaeta" lit... Read More »
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What is the scientific name of an earthworm?

Biologists developed the binomial nomenclature system, which uses Latin to provide a unique scientific name for every living organism on earth. Lumbricus terrestris is the scientific name of the co... Read More »
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