The largest worm species is the Giant Gippsland Earthworm. In full stretch, this Australian worm averages 2 to 3 meters (6.5 to 10 feet) in length. The longest documented Giant Gippsland was 4 meters long. Although they are huge, they are not all too often seen because the worms rarely leave the deep, underground homes. The Giant Gippsland is on the protected species list.
The largest tapeworm is the Diphyllobothrium Lattum. It can grow to 60 feet and can be found in humans. It requires three host: Microscopic Crustacean – Cyclops, A fish, A human (you get it by eating undercooked or raw fish).
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