1973, Germany rollable poster paper on linen between 2 wooden sticks.
In good condition
Dimensions including sticks ca.: 95 cm wide and 117 cm high.
Poster will be sent well packed and with track and trace.
Picture shows the earthworm as a whole and in parts. Through the dark background the poster is very decorative and suitable for use in a modern interior.
(Wikipedia : Earthworms (Lumbricidae) are a family of invertebrate animals belonging to the ring worms (Annelida). Earthworms belong to the Oligochaetes, this is a group of worms that have left the sea and in fresh water but also on land. Earthworms generally occur world-wide, except in dry climates and in Antarctica.
Usually they are found in large numbers, some species are worldwide placed to improve the soil structure. Earthworms by digging tunnels and breaking down plant material have a major effect on the soil structure. World-wide there are about 670 species of earthworms known,  which in length vary from a few centimetres to decimetres.
At the trembling of the bottom the earthworms crawl out of the ground, this may be caused by the walking movements of animals or by human actions such as using a stick or handle. Earthworms under natural conditions come up by digging movements of moles. Earthworms also come above ground in rainy weather to mate, they are mainly active at night. In the winter they crawl deeper into the ground and go into a kind of hibernation or diapause. Some vertebrate animals are highly dependent on the earthworm because they are a major food source, examples are the mole and the blackbird. )
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