Earthworms pull food into their mouths with the prostomium and the pharynx, creating a suction. Food is stored in their crop (a chamber in the digestive tract) and then ground up into small pieces in their gizzard. Earthworms have no teeth, so they need a gizzard to break down food. Nutrients are absorbed through their small intestine.
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