Yes, there are giant earthworms. The term giant means that there is an earthworm larger than most in the species. The Gippsland earthworm, which is indigenous in Australia, is considered a giant earthworm. These worms live deep underground and are usually 100 cm long and 2 cm in diameter.
Yes. However, like the previous anwer said they are really not giant in size. For example, there is the giant Palouse earthworm. They grow to be about a foot long and smell…like lilies apparently.
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