2. Roundworms

Infected human or animal stool or soil transfer the roundworm or nematode. The parasites can enter through the mouth or skin. Once ingested, they can live in the intestines for years. As their name suggests, roundworms have round bodies. They are long and can range in size, and have various subspecies.

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