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They are slimy and squirmy but they enrich the soil and make great fish bait! Take this test and you may learn something about the Earthworm.
How many known species of earthworm exist worldwide?
The Giant Gippsland Earthworm, the largest species of earthworm, can reach nearly 10 feet in length.
How many hearts does a typical earthworm have?
Worm casts (waste) is richer in nutrients and essential particles than the first 6 inches of topsoil.
Is soil pollution one of the biggest threats to earthworms?
Why do earthworms come to the surface after rainstorms?
They can drown if their holes fill up.
No one knows for sure but there are four theories trying to explain this behaviour.
They can't take the acid rain.
The temperature on the surface is cooler.
Rich soil may contain up to 100,000 earthworms per square acre.
How many species of earthworm are native to Australia?
One of the biggest threats to earthworm survival in the UK is the New Zealand Roundworm which feeds on earthworms.
How many million of earthworms were exported from Canada and sold worldwide in 1980?
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