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2009-11-18 00:59:33
2009-11-18 00:59:33

one of them is how the Worm eats the Bacteria on/under rocks and logs.

Worm = Living Thing

Log/Rock = Non-Living

(A log is a dead tree, therefore it cant grow. A rock just cant grow)


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