Worms are generally considered by scientists not to sleep. They may enter a dormant state during periods of drought or heat when soil conditions change, and this is known as Dispause. During this dormant period they make a chamber into which they curl up into a mucus covered ball. Because all other behaviours cease, this dormant period is the closest a worm gets to sleeping.
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