3 days ago
It was fantastic to meet and talk worms with so many people at the recent Perth Royal Show! Throughout the Show week, we noticed a lot of the same questions come up, so we’re going to start a short series of FAQ posts here on Facebook ♻️ First off, Q: Why are there often worms all over our paths after it rains? A: Worms breathe through their skin, so when the ground has become waterlogged after heavy rain, the worms venture up for air and to try find drier ground. Unfortunately the worms don’t always find their way back, or dry out and die, and that’s when we find unlucky worms on our driveways and footpaths.