The Life And Times Of An Earthworm
By Ryan Johnson
The Five Senses
Worms have no ears, but they are able to sense the vibrations of nearby animals.
Worms smell and breath through pores in their body.
Worms move by wiggling their body because of their lack of arms and legs.
Worms don't have teeth and they eat by pulling the food into their mouth using their mouth muscles.
They like forests and cultivated soil.
Different Types Of Earthworms
Epigeic worms, which live on the surface or in compost near the surface
Endogeic worms, which live in the topsoil below that of the epigeic worms, are the most common type of worm
Anecic worms dig down into the subsoil as deep as 3 meters. They are also the largest type of worm.