ok...when a worm digs a hole, and they "push" the dirt out
of their way, were does the dirt go? does it just push into the other
dirt, or what?
Earthworms actually "eat" their way through the ground, ingesting soil and
organic matter and passing it through their bodies, that is a primary reason
they are so essential in soil formation.
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