The task to convince everyone of the beauty that each individual worm holds would be somewhat of a challenge, but Fuzzyrush had her usual, confident, overly happy attitude to help her out.
"I'm sure everyone here knows what a worm is. Worms are wiggly, they’re brown, and they have a ginormous hand in making the plants around us grow and flourish."
She paused in her speech to dig through the dirt and pull out an earthworm. “See this fella?” The earthworm wiggled about in her paws. "This little worm is doing a good job at aerating and putting nitrogen into the soil for the plants; nitrogen is super important for those plants.” Fuzzy put the worm back in the hole she dug and replaced the dirt.
"Worms are awesome! Did you know that they don’t have male and female worms? They have both parts to reproduce—that thicker band near their head, and a crevasse down their wiggly bodies!