When it becomes all cold and stuff, I will begin to find less and less worms in my back garden, they won't be close to the surface anymore, they'll be too deep for me to dig down (I have restrictions in place to prevent me from tearing up the garden) so I have to start breeding them Why must I do this, you ask? Because...Why the hell not?My Axolotls need nutritious food and worms are nutritious...I will be getting a few jars for them to live in, and then i'll mix them up and leave them in a dark room. Since they are hermaphrodites, I don't need to sex them. I just need them to fertilize eachother and then they both lay eggs. I split them up, move the eggs and raise little Earthworms :3 Then the little Earthworms grow up and get mauled to death by my axolotls in a death in which they sprawl out of the Axolotl's mouth, trying to swim out for dear life. Then, they get sucked back in, and are never seen again... Well, until they come out the other end, of course...Of course, they'll probably have their own kids by then, but, y'know, i'm only human and could make a mistake...I'll probably be starting it tomorrow, so, pictures will be posted and colonization will be done!