The Life Cycle of a Worm features the four stages of a surprisingly complex creature. Their lemon-shaped eggs give birth to hatchlings, which slowly grow to juveniles. Months later, they become adult worms, capable of beginning the cycle anew.
Scientific Name: Lumbricus terrestris
Characteristics: Worms may look simple, just a slender tube slithering through the dirt, but they are complex creatures that work hard to improve soil tilth and quality.
Size and Color: Matching the pinkish-brown color of earthworms, the figures come in a 7 ¾ wide by 9 inches tall blister pack, about the size of a tablet. The adult worm featured in the set measures 3 ½ inches long.
The Life Cycle of a Worm is part of the Safariology® collection.
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A set of plastic figurines depicting the life cycle of a worm.
This life cycle portrays the first stage of life, the egg. From the egg hatchlings emerge, which age into juveniles. Much later they become the black tipped adults who can begin the process again.