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Notes on Earthworms

Abstract

EVER since our great naturalist called attention to the common earthworm, we watch them with entirely different eyes as they creep timidly out on to the lawn or hurry across the gravel walk; as they collect the dead leaves or bits of string and cloth we may have dropped the evening before, or heap up their household refuse outside the entrance to their home.

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