What is the length to which a worm can grow?
It depends upon the species in question as to the length to which a worm can grow.
Specifically, all animals and plants have maximum and minimum sizes to which they may mature. The particular configuration is dependent upon the animal or plant in question. In terms of worms, the longest specimen on record turns out to be ribbon worm (Lineus Longissimus) whose length in death and after time spent in sea water is documented at 179.79 feet (54.8 meters).
well the Christmas Tree worm has two large appendages also known as tentacles or gills These appendages filter out the phytoplankton in the water and send it down the spirals into their mouth. These also look like Christmas trees where the worm got its name............This worm is actually a tube worm which means a marine worm built a tube around itself! These worms don't live in huge groups and hide in their coral burrows with…