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What animals live in the soil?

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Earthworms. Worms. Bacteria.
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The soil is made up of living and non living things. It contains bacteria, worms, and decaying matter. Soil is also home to the many nutrients that plants need to sustain life.
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Soil provides an anchor for plant roots, shelter against air temperature extremes and a medium for minerals and nutrients necessary for plant life. It acts as a sponge for moisture,
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No animal type is endemic (found only there) to clay soil. Earthworms and nematodes, amoebae, and various insects are found in every soil. The amount of moisture, and temperature
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