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Name: krista
Status: other
Age: 5
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Date: 2000-2001


Question:
Do worms have teeth? I was holding a green? worm and it felt like he bit me. I like to collect worms, feed them and watch them grow but now I'm a little afraid of them. Hope you can answer my question so I can understand what happen.


Replies:
Worms do not have teeth. Some have satae on their epidermal layers to hold them in soil. These could seem like teeth.

Steve


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