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Which of the following describes how earthworms and leeches are able to move? a. Parapodia c. Hydrostatic Skeleton b. Pharynx d. Septa
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User: Which of the following describes how earthworms and leeches are able to move? a. Parapodia c. Hydrostatic Skeleton b. Pharynx d. Septa

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User: Parapodia are found on a. marine worms. c. leeches. b. earthworms. d. all of the above.

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