How deep do earthworms dig?

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    Earthworms typically burrow about 50cm into the soil. It is rare for them to dig deeper, however some species are capable of digging as deep as 2 meters. 

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    Earthworms are decomposers that feed on organic matter. Therefore, they are typically found in the top, organic layer of the soil. This will vary in depth depending on the habitat, but you will rarely find a worm deeper than about 20 inches deep.

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