lala that's what I think
the seate helps them move and no arms and legs just make them a worm.
Consider this, if a human tried to burrow underground, after extending our arms we wouldn't be able to pull them back. The holes are only bug enough for their bodies. Our legs would end up dragging behind us because, once again, the cavern would be too small to use them. In a way, the worms lack of appendages helps it to move more smoothly and elimenates a great deal of lag.
The only paired things you might call appendages are its legs and wings.
Dead plants and animals would pile up if it were not for the earthworms.
If it is a rainy day some might show up. You can buy earthworms too.
Earthworms can adapt with the dirt. If a earthworm is in your garden you might not be able to see it. That is because it is blending into its surroundings (adapt).
The worms help the soil, thus helping plants. They eat food that you throw out, and their body waste helps the soil. They break down minerals into forms that are more easily used by plants. Small burrowing animals sometimes eat things that might damage plant roots, which helps plants too. This affects us because it makes our food from the plants healthier.
this is tricky and earthworms might sing you will never know I'm not a sciences tip of person so sorry ( but i don't think they could sing
A blob on the floor, with four appendages.
Due to the rigidity of the arthropod exoskeleton, the safest answer might be "jointed' ones - hence the phylum's name Arthropoda, from the Greek, meaning, jointed appendages. They do evidence a variety of appendages: legs, pincers, wings, swimmerets, antennae, tails, etc., depending on what environment and food source they are adapted to.
sharp claws for digging
Animals need to adapt or they might die of hunger, dehydration, or they might freeze to death.
I and II only
Earthworms might look smooth but they have bristles, called setae, that help to hold them in their tunnels.
Well one adaptation might be trying to reproduce with other sharks so the cycle can move on... as behavioral adaptation is the behaviors of a plant or animal that helps it survive in its environment. I hope this helps!
A snake's main adaptation to life is its very form. With no legs,arms,ears and other appendages, it can slither through grass or among rocks without causing disturbance that might frighten prey. It can enter narrow holes in the ground made by rodents and other small mammals, find those animals and eat them.
a curved tail to swim faster
some animals have blubber others have fur
If earthworms died out, there will be many effects! It may be that we have worse farming. Or it might be like we all die from bad pollution. We cannot predict the future, we hope and doubt. A life lesson from the heart!
You can feed them small crickets and small meal worms. They might even eat smaller earthworms.
False clownfish exist.
Adaption is a form of the word adaptation. Adaptation is the preferred form of the word.An example sentence might be:Marvin wears sweaters during the summer due to his slow adaption to the new, cooler, climate.
Depending on the species of snake, it might be lizards, toads, earthworms, small mammals, birds or even other snakes.
Yes, it was never covered by copyright. However a particular recording of it might be copyrighted as an adaptation and that might have royalties.