Earthworms can eat things like decaying roots and leaves, as well as organisms like nematodes, protozoans, rotifers, bacteria, fungi, and the decomposing remains of other animals in order to meet their nutrition needs.
Earthworms eat dead and decomposing leaves, decomposing roots, and other types of decomposing materials. This is extremely vital for the health of soil, and it can also aid in composting as it helps to increase the rate of decomposition.
Worms eat soil. An earthworm can eat up to a third of its body weight in a day.
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