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dura
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Sean.McHale
Pro (for)

There is a difference between worms and scorpions

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Started: 9/19/2018 Category: Funny
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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dura

Con

There's a very simple point to be made here- scorpions and worms are both in the kingdom of Animalia. Very clearly close. Now, This clearly is not enough, Or else worms would be people. But they are both referred to as bugs. Is this not clear yet? They also happen to both have claws (velvet worms have very nice claws), Venom (bobbit worms), And often can be found under rocks or in other such areas. Given this, It is difficult to refute the fact that there is no difference between a worm and a scorpion.
Sean.McHale

Pro

One is a tube and one is a scaly, Scary, Pinch monster. Yes they have similarities, But that would mean that Gorillas and Humans are the same by the same logic.
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Posted by Masterful 3 years ago
Masterful
Bug= Small insect or harmful bacteria. If we assume by bug, You mean insect, Then we can say that an bug has to be a hexpod and therefore neither a worm nor scorpion qualify as being a bug.

A scorpion is an arachnid whereas a worm is, A worm.
Posted by missmedic 3 years ago
missmedic
The spelling.
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