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    worm vs bug

    What is the difference between "worm" and "bug"? The former seems to be the ones under the earth, while the latter is a general one, not limited to certain areas. I think it's location difference.

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    Re: worm vs bug

    A bug, in your context, would be an insect or similar creature - e.g. a centipede.
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    Bug - definition of Bug by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

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    Re: worm vs bug

    "Bug" is a general term referring to insects and spiders and other creepy crawlies. "Worms" don't have legs.

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