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For my Science fair project I decided to do it on the study of cryobiology. I first wanted to try to freeze something and bring it back to life and then I realized that it could not be done. So I want to see how earthworms react to the freezing cold. And I was going to put the earthworm in a cup and some dirt and then put it in my freezer and see how it reacted at different freezing temperatures. But how can I tell if it is dead?? I can't exactly take its pulse. Thank You
Re: How can you tell if a earthworm is alive??
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