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Earthworms By Rin How do earthworms help the earth? • Earthworms live in the ground and help to improve the soil. Also earthworms help feed on dead plant material that is found in the soil. This is why some people say an earthworm eats its way through the soil. What do worms look like? • Earthworms are long, thin, and soft. Their head is rounded and their tail is more pointed. Earthworms do not have legs. Where do worms live? • Earthworms live in 6 feet borrows. Also they live in water. What do worms eat? • Earthworms eat leafs and dead plants. Also they eat animal they find in soil. Worm facts • Worms have several hearts. Also they do not have eyes or ears. Worms fill up with slimy liquid. It keeps their skin moist. Some earthworms can grow to 11 feet. Worms live for 10 years. Earthworms are called night crawler. Worms have 20,000 species. Worms has no gills or lungs. Works cited • Worms by Jill Bailey • Life Cycle of an Earthworm by Andrew Hipp • Let’s Look at Earthworms by Suzanne Paul Dell’Oro • NCWiseowl.org About the author • My name is Rin. I am in 3rd grade. I am from Japan. I like to play with Lego and I like to play video games. My favorite food is sushi. Also I love to play baseball. My favorite baseball team is the Braves. Also I love to go on trips. My favorite place that I went is California. The best place at California was San Francisco. We went to Japan town. We went to eat Japanese food. The food was great. I really had fun and it was the greatest trip that I went on with my family.