THREE LAKES - A new invasive species threatens to destroy parts of Wisconsin's soil landscape. Jumping worms are native to Asia.
They may look similar to other worms, but they act much differently.
"It's very active. It will jump and wildly move about. It will do anything to get away from you, said Bernie Williams, a DNR Conservation Biologist for Forest Health. "This one moves like a snake, so it can really move quickly to get away from you."