How does a worm obtain water?
From the moisture in the soil.
De-icer is made of calcium chloride or other chemical like it mixed into water. Some are simply salt crystals or glycol. All lower the freezing temperature of water. If an earthworm is placed into it, the water that is in the worm will leave and try to equalize the water in the worm with the water outside the worm. That will not work and so the worm is "sucked" dry of water.
Guinea worm disease is only transmitted by drinking stagnant water with Guinea worm larvae in it. As such, if you avoid drinking stagnant water from the few remaining Guinea worm endemic areas you are not at risk. If you do need to drink stagnant water from these remote areas, simply filtering your water through a cloth filter will remove the water fleas that carry the larvae.
No there is no worm in clam water I did my reserch but there is no worm you need to go to soda seas to find the worm you pick up the worm go find the yellow fish named Fluffy he will bite the worm now you can take it and drop it in the net or you can find the big fish also known as the Mullethe will bite Fluffy who is biting the…