Crazy Jumping Worms Make Iowa Debut

    REGIONAL -- Homeowners may want to watch out for a new species of earthworm, nicknamed the “crazy worm,” on their properties this summer.
    The worm, commonly referred to as the Asian jumping worm, is similar in appearance to a common earthworm, but is easily identifiable by its erratic, snake-like behavior.
    The jumping worm behaves like a snake, wiggling and thrashing when disturbed.
    They will typically be found at the surface of the ground, rather than underground like the common earthworm.

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