The good news is, worms are still Animalia; in fact most of the phyla within
the Animalia are worms of some sort.
>It depends on who you talk to and what reference you use. Until 1969
>there were generally considered to be 3 kingdoms. Now you can find
>references listing anywhere between 4 and 13, though most seem to go for
>5 or 6. My biology class went for 5. Animalia, Plantal, Protista, Fungi
>and Monera. I believe the jury is still out for viruses.
>Some of the characteristics of the Animalia Kingdom are that they are
>multicellular, motile, have cell walls, and usually reproduce sexually,
>though some reproduce asexually.
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