What Are The Benefits of Earthworms? Advantages and Disadvantages of Worms to Humans

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Can Humans Eat Worms? A Look into Edible Earthworms

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Do Earthworms Have a Mouth? How Worms Eat and Dig Through Soil

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The natural enemy and symbax of the dragonfly

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What Are The Benefits of Earthworms? Advantages and Disadvantages of Worms to Humans

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Did you know, the famous father of evolution, Charles Darwin, published the last book of his legendary life about earthworms? Yep, the famous Darwin wrote the last book before his death about the advantages and benefits of earthworms to the human race.  This book is little known, but his evaluation of earthworms has been echoing in the earthworm academic circle, in which he wrote: “Worms have played a more important part in the history of...

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Can Humans Eat Worms? A Look into Edible Earthworms

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We know that earthworms are beneficial to the soil and increase the nutrient availability, provide a more stable soil structure and that their worm castings contain nitrogen which is ready to nourish and feed plants. We also know earthworms provide many insects and reptiles with a good meal too. But do they provide us with nutritional value? Can humans eat earthworms?  Since we’re at the top of the food chain, you shouldn’t be too surprised...

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Do Earthworms Have a Mouth? How Worms Eat and Dig Through Soil

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I’ve talked about the eyes and ears of earthworms before, so let’s talk about how earthworms eat.  Usually, the shape of the earthworm is as sharp on both ends, and it is hard to see which end is the mouth and which is the anus.  But, there’s a simple trick to tell the difference. You only need to pay attention to the position of the clitellum (sometimes known as the “saddle”) – the swollen part of the worm that circles its...

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The natural enemy and symbax of the dragonfly

The dragonflies are born with a hard shell like other insects, the venom claws, and even the escape mechanism is slow and pathetic, so it is often easily reduced to plate meals. Strictly speaking, the dragonfly is almost inability to resist the enemy. Although the skin is stiff and releases viscous body fluids to help them glide more efficiently in the soil, it is not so effective in hard lands where it doesn't rain. Why...

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