Are you asking: "how long does a flatworm live?"
If so, this is not an answerable question--there are too many types of flatworms to make a generalization.
I personally know of one type of flatworm which can re-generate--cut off any part of it's body, and that part will re-generate. As long as the head remains attached, the re-generation can take place.
I did a science project using freshwater planarians, where I explored this phenomenon.
The longest flatworm ever found was about 20 meters long.
No it isn't. If it was a mammal it would have live babies and breastfeed its young, but a flatworm lays eggs.
its the same enviroment as an earthworm right so a flatworm would live in a cool climate in the ground.
It lives in the part of the water were it is dark and deep.
It could be a tapeworm.
A planarian is a type of flatworm that lives in different kinds of water. As long as the worm has a steady food source and his living area is kept clean, there is no reason why he could not live for several months to a year.
A flatworm is a soft invertebrate
Yes it is a flatworm
No, a slug is not a flatworm.
The phyllum of flatworm is platyhelminthes.
The most common flatworm is the planarian The most common flatworm is the planarian
The scientific name for flatworm is Platyhelminthes.
A marine flatworm has bilateral symmetry.
where are the reproductive organs located in a flatworm
Platyhelminthes is the phyla of the marine flatworm.
a dead host because a flatworm need a living host
No, a flatworm does not have a body coelom.
each piece would become a new flatworm - it is one of the ways the flatworm reproduces
Some flatworms are found in salt and freshwater areas, but the parasitic ones live in other organisms. Tapeworms, for example, live in humans.
The snail is a flatworm because it hasn't got segments and legs!!!
yes if ur asking if the marine flatworm is a parasite, it is a parasitic parasite