the worm likes both wet and dry dirt but it will perfer the wet dirt.
they live in wet dirt so they can keep cool.
You put the dirt in the water, then you make a hoe and use it on the dirt
worms have wet skin for it can be easy to move around in the dirt.
In the dirt... Usually mounds or smaller piles of soil in order to do tricks. For more of a challenge, wet dirt, mud, is popular for dirt bikers.
Slugs should like it because it has minerals in it . Tip: Wet dirt is the best
I think they do.
in wet, moist dirt
maybe because it is wet dirt and dirt is made up of little pieces of rock
Sand, dirt, and other dry things weigh more if it is wet.
It usually takes about 30 minutes
Washing using water as a solvent for the dirt.
1 yard of dirt = 1.45 tons of dirt The above is a function guideline, but it really depends on the type of dirt in question, and how wet that dirt is. For baseball dirt I like to use 1 yard = 1.3 tons
The phrase "caked on dirt" usually means that wet dirt has gotten on an object or person and dried and it is now caked on and cracking. Essentially, if something has caked on dirt, it is very dirty!
they made them out of sticks and wet dirt and mud...
Aztec homes were made of clay. They took wet dirt made it into the shape of a home and baked the dirt.
Mow the grass, rake the dirt, chalk the foul lines and batter's box, and wet down the infield dirt.
it get wet then breaks apart when get transported inside the dirt
"Mud" as in the wet dirt kind is "Fango". "Mud" as in slander is "Accuse".
Yes but the nobbly tyres don't grip on tarmac in the wet.
They sometimes can, because if the dirt is really hard they might be able to peck their strong beaks on the ground. Also they can if the dirt is soft and wet.
Use a semi wet cloth and wipe it, you can use a vacuum too.