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With Emma otherwise engaged, the remaining two Mudketeers struggled on with the help of Lincoln University student Theo Osborn, who stood up to the test of working with the two remaining Muds with great fortitude. Steve, as you can see, took a mischievous delight in sharing his love of worms.

Not a bad thing you might say. After all, without worms and the black gold they produce, where would we all be? So they were delighted.

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