Worms - nature's living sausages. They can always be found under the lids of my compost bins. As well as green slugs.
Other under-lid associates of theirs include various tiny insects and mites, some of which also feature in this video.
Roving my garden to find interesting subjects, I looked around for a good while until I thought of these hidden treasures.
Many wouldn't like these worms because they look like a pile of slimy intestines, but I think they're brilliant. Why?
Soil! Worms digest organic matter; they mix, nourish and aerate the ground, so plants can thrive. Worms are our silent friends.