A snake has a backbone and a earthworm doesn't. Also a snake has dry skin coverd with hard overlapping scales, most snake have 4 legs,most lay eggs and they are cold blooed. A earthworm has soft bots without shells.
Yes; garter snakes will eat insects such as grasshoppers, but mainly survive on rodents, amphibians, and soft-bellied insects.
soft i reckon :)
If it's not to hard water will work
Magnesium is a soft metal: the Mohs hardness is approx. 2.
Snake eggs are soft not hard.It is as soft as leather.
The two main differences are (a) snake eggs are soft-shelled, instead of being hard like a hen's egg, and (b) snake eggs expand slightly with the developing embyo - bird eggs are a fixed size.
Their eggs are hard. Since ALL EGGS are hard
The main difference is physical make-up. Bird eggs are hard-shelled, while reptile eggs are soft.
Lack of calcium.
Actually scrambled eggs are more popular than hard boiled eggs and soft boiled eggs. And hard boiled eggs are as popular as soft boiled eggs
Platypus eggs are soft and leathery.
Turtle eggs (and tortoise eggs) can be either hard or soft-shelled, depending on the species.
Platypus eggs are soft and leathery, rather than hard-shelled.
The main difference is in the shell. Chicken eggs contain large amounts of calcium - resulting in a hard shell. Snake eggs are soft and pliable - expanding as the embryo develops..