Found in Australia. The largest earthworm in the world is the Australian giant earthworm, with an average length of 1m, a weight of 200g and a maximum length of more than 3m. It lives in the low valley area of puslan Island, Antarctica, in the southeast of Victoria Province. It is a very mild earthworm. Australian giant earthworms only live in the low valley of puslan Island, Antarctica, in the southeast of Victoria Province. Their caves are generally 0.9-1.5 meters underground.
Like most earthworms, Australian giant earthworms live in moist and fertile soil. This animal can generally survive for about 5 years. Australian giant earthworms can generally grow to about 1 meter. At present, the longest earthworm found in Australia is 3 meters long.
As the largest earthworm in the world, Australian giant earthworms are large, but they are also very fragile. Only a few wetlands are suitable for them to survive, and they are very sensitive to the vibration caused by footsteps. When they hear this vibration, they will crawl around. And their reproduction rate is very low, but their growth cycle is very long, so they are currently included in the red list by the International Union for conservation of nature.