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Name: Brandon A.
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Age: 10
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Date: 2/23/2003


Question:
I have seen different colored earthworms/fishing worms in the store lately. How do they vary the color of the worms?


Replies:
I do not know a whole lot about different kinds and colors of worms, but I do know that several different species might be sold and used for fish bait, and they might well be different colors.

J. Elliott


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