Great Worm

Great Worm

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On being plucked up, a great worm is found to be its root, and as the tree groweth in greatness, so doth the worm diminish, and as soon as the worm is entirely turned into a tree it rooteth in the earth, and so becomes great.
Great fun on the Great Worm for children of the Cathays Summer Play School at Maindy Stadium.
The most famous worm incident remains The Great Worm of 1988, (which was mistakenly called a virus in the press).
But tell me, before you choose to slice me in two: Who can understand the ways of the Great Worm in the sky?
Red wrigglers (Eisenia fetida), also called tiger worms due to their stripes, are surface dwellers only and make great worms for vermicomposting purposes.