yes earthworms have babies. Earthworms carry both male and female reproductive parts --they are hermaphroditic. Two worms line up side to side with their heads at opposite ends. Huge amounts of mucus secrete from the worms, passing the male sperm from one to the other. When the worm is alone it then secretes another mucus ring which slides over the worms body in which the eggs cling onto which then fertilizes them. Then the eggs slip off the worm's body and is left in a cocoon with is left in the soil.
Earthworms do lay eggs
yes they do
They lay yellow eggs that after time they hatch
Earthworms lay eggs.
similarities: earthworms have babies and humans do too. differences: earthworms lay eggs while humans obviously cant lay eggs
Earthworms have both male and female reproductive organs, meaning they have egg cells so they can make a baby, But they also have sperm cells. Earthworms "trade" or give their sperm cells to one another and because they have egg cells they can fertilize the egg and have a baby.
Reproductive system - it forms cocoons (sort of like eggs) where new babies will "hatch" from.
Earthworms do have a brain.
No, earthworms are invertebrates.
Earthworms ARE detritivores
No, leeches are not earthworms.
The bacteria in earthworms is called Eisenia Fetida it's in most earthworms
durkheim and earthworms
that i know of, no earthworms are not poisonous.
Yes, earthworms are multicellular.
The Earthworms is in the Oligochaeta class.
what continent does earthworms livfe on
they dispose waste of the earthworms.
earthworms are protostomes
what is responsible for chemical digestion in earthworms
Earthworms do not shed their skin. Earthworms are not snakes and their skin actually grows as they grow larger. Earthworms do shed bits of waste material.
Gardeners like earthworms because earthworms fertilize the soil like in gardens.