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  1. Annelids are distributed all over the world. They live both in the ground and on the water. Among them there are predators, filtrators, scavengers. Annelids, which process the soil, are of great ecological importance. These are, for example, small-scale worms and leeches. There can be 50-500 worms per 1 square meter of soil. Many different annelids live in the sea. They are found in all latitudes and at different depths.

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