Darwin's Earthworms: A Groundbreaking Piece of Soil Ecology

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Charles Darwin might be best known for his work on evolution and his time on the Voyage of the Beagle, but he is also recognised as the father of earthworm science. After 44 years of studying earthworms, he published a best-selling book dedicated to the group, which is still one of the go to resources for researchers today. Join us on Darwin Day to look back at the history of earthworm science and research and learn about some of the experiments Darwin did with earthworms.

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Kerry Calloway is an earthworm recorder, course tutor and secretary for the Earthworm Society of Britain. She is very passionate about all aspects of natural history but particularly engaging people in the world of the humble but super important earthworm.

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