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 How do red worms reproduce?

Answer The tiny red worm's voracious appetite and proclivity for reproduction make it an ideal creature for composting. Two red worms under ideal conditions could spawn hundreds of new worms in their life... Read More »
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How fast do compost worms reproduce?

Red wriggler compost earthworms lay one egg every seven days, and a single egg can hatch three or more worms. The hatchling earthworms mature to breeding age in about three months.Source:All About ... Read More »
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Can parrots eat meal worms or wax worms?

Parrots are picky eaters and may consider mealworms and wax worms as appetizing as you do. Parrots are mostly vegetarian and the optimum diet is 10 percent beans and nuts, 20 percent fresh fruit, 2... Read More »
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Why are worms called worms?

Simply because they look like worms. Even the first person to discover one noticed that.They even taste like worms and is not a part of my cusine.
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What does reproduce mean?

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word "reproduce" as "to produce (new individuals of the same kind) by a sexual or asexual process." Plants reproduce sexually from eggs and sperm produced... Read More »
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