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Earthworms, also known as Worms, are large earthworm enemies appear on the spiraling hill that are found in Conker's Bad Fur Day and Conker: Live and Reloaded. Earthworms hide in the ground and unexpectedly pop out to attack. Their full body is never shown.

If Conker is unable dodge them they will viciously bite him and throw him back a few feet. There are two versions of the Earthworms: the normal ones found in Windy, and the undead ones found in the Spooky chapter, which are Skeletal Worms.

The Earthworm's undead skeleton variants act the same as regular Earthworms but have a different appearance. In Conker: Live & Reloaded, Skeletal Worms have chunks of flesh attached to them.

In Conker's Bad Fur Day[]


The worms are first seen in the chapter Windy. A short cutscene when Conker is at the base of Windmill shows one popping up from the ground and sniffing the area. Conker must jump over the worms by using his helicoptery tail thing to reach Mr. Barrel, if he is unable to make it over, then the worms will grab him, bite him, and throw him away. When Conker is riding down the pathway on Mr. Barrel, he will crush the worms when they pop up from the ground. After that, they no longer appear. They bleed both red and yellow blood.


The worms make another appearance in the chapter Spooky. This time they are zombies and appear on the curvy pathway that leads toward Count Batula's Mansion. Conker must repeat the same tactics for avoiding the attacks of the worms. When Conker is riding Mr. Barrel again, the same unfortunate fate falls on the zombie worms. They are crushed into pieces and die for good.


  • It is possible that the zombie worms in Spooky are the deceased worms of Windy after Conker kills them.
    • However its possible for Conker, when he starts riding Mr. Barrel on the spiraling hill to miss one of the earthworms and not kill at least one of them.
    • However no earthworms won't appear at night, even if you forgot to crush one of them on the hill, prior to Spooky. The undead earthworms would still appear in the said chapter.
  • Oddly, the zombie worms are skeletal, unlike real worms, which have no bones, although those could have been skeleton versions of the worms.
  • In Live and Reloaded, the zombified worms are accompanied by dolls, and both can be destroyed by the shotgun. This was originally not possible in Conker's Bad Fur Day.