A Quote by unknown on day, sacred, understanding, and value

A worm is the gardener's unpaid helper. Worms can eat up to one third of their bodyweight in a day. Some earthworms may live as long as eight years. Worms can live near the surface of the soil or even down to twelve feet below ground. Worms can move objects up to fifty times their own weight. The value of worms was understood by the ancients; it is said that Cleopatra of Egypt celebrated them as sacred in 50 B.C.


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