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04 October 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Anatomy of a Red Wiggler Worm For You!

The mouth end of the red wiggler is microscopic in size. It is shaped like an elephant’s trunk and in fact is called a proboscis, just like the elephant’s it searches around for food it wants and favors. The helpers in the bin will first eat the food you have given the worms and once […]

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