When worms take over the world....
It's called... Global Worming!
Life of an Earthworm
Hearing- Worms do not have any ears or any hearing body parts, but can feel vibrations.
Thinking/feeling- Worms have a brain that works with the nerves and the skin. Nerves can feel light, vibrations, and even some fragrances. The muscles in the worm react with the nerves and the brain, like the human.
Breathing- Worms breathe in and out gases like humans, but in a different way. Worms have to breathe in through the skin, using mucus, so worms have to stay moist to breathe, or else it will suffocate.
Moving- Worms have a mucus that helps them slide, hair-like bristles that help them move, and a cone-shaped tip to help them dig through dirt. A worm will contract and release in dirt to help dig.
Fun Facts on Worms
-In one square acre of land, there can be over one million worms living
-The longest worm in the world is about 22 feet from both tips
-Worms can eat their own weight every day
-Earthworms have both female and male organs
-Earthworms can live up to 50 years