An inchworm has a very unique way of moving. It’s different from snakes, worms and caterpillars. It has four feet in the front and four feet in the back. With its front feet in place, it folds its body up so its back feet are next to its front feet. It straightens out its body, moving its front feet forward. It’s fascinating to just watch it move. Simply. Consistently. Deliberately.
Oh, and it doesn’t even need to go straight. It can shift its whole body to turn a little bit or a lot.