Earthworm does not have the back bone. Earthworm is invertebrate animal.
The earthworm belongs to the insect group. But an earthworm is a invertebrate.
No. An earthworm is an annelid.
earthworm is not harmful
A earthworm is an arthropod.
the brain is essential for the movement of the earthworm. If the brain of the earthworm is removed, the earthworm will move continuously without stop
the bird eats the earthworm the earthworm nourishes the bird
Yes, an earthworm is a decomposer.
An earthworm IS NOT a vertebrate; it does NOT HAVE vertebrae.
My earthworm is 3 grams.
In this situation, the earthworm would be called the prey.
An earthworm is neither a reptile or an amphibian. An earthworm is an annelid, Phylum Annelida.
an earthworm has 5 hearts!
No it is not. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthworm
No, an earthworm belongs to the class "oligochaeta."
The earthworm groups are annelid and segmented.
rings a bell when the earthworm breaths
no the earthworm is an invertebrate and therefore has no backbone.
The earthworm breathe through its skin.
compare the snake and earthworm
Earthworm undergoes sexual reproduction.
Invertebrates don't have back bones, and if the earthworm is considered an earthworm, he must not have a back bone.
how many body segments does a earthworm have?
The rings that make up an earthworm.