they make burrows under the soil.
He helps the soil by churning it up while he digs it also helps by aerating the soil .
Because he digs holes through the ground and roams within. Because he digs holes through the ground and roams within.
An archaeologists dig is called an excavation. These digs are not taken lightly, and many hours are taken to careful sift through soil, in order not to damage the artifacts.
When the worm digs in the soil it soften it making it easier for plants to grow. it helps them stay hydrated and they take in minerals from there skin
A deep foundation is distinguished by a shallow foundation... A shallow foundation digs into shallow ground whereas a deep foundation digs a lot deeper into the ground and soil
Earthworms are smooth because they excrete a mucus. The mucus serves as a lubricant for the worm as it digs in the soil. Without it, they could only dig in very soft soil.
When he escapes through the tunnel he digs.
A plow is a device used to prepare the soil for planting crops. It is dragged behind a tractor, horse or oxen and digs a long groove in the soil called a furrow. soil in the furrow is thrown to one side and inverted.
The person who digs through the trash has a low iq from 32-55.
it wiggles its way through the soil.
A mole digs through the ground using it's head.
The Arctic Hare digs through the snow and looks for vegetation.
An earthworm is not useless! It has a large contribution to plants because when it digs in the soil it gives a passageway for water and air to reach the roots easier.
no he is a poser who digs through trash No crap sherlock!!!!your suck you got that right