Some of the ground was a bit rough and Bob needed a help to get through some of it. This lot was masses of bramble bushes and just too high for him to safely walk through.
We decided as we were going bug hunting we needed a magnifying glass to hunt bugs with. We rifled through masses and masses of dead leaves, we broke up pieces of rotting wood, look under logs and in holes but for some strange reason there seemed to be nothing alive.
we managed to find one worm and two wood lice.
Granddad tipped the poor wee woodlouse upside down and Bob and I looked through the magnifier at all its legs wriggling as it tried to get back up right. Bob thought it was hilarious. This photo was taken through the magnifier.
Further evidence to strengthen the fact gruffalo's live here we found a bone from one that Bob had to inspect.
We came across the tunnel and Bob went through it with our friend
They are in there, honest, zoom in a bit.
and back out again
others got caught in the trees.
We also compared how far we could throw a feather and how far we could throw a stick. We also worked out heavy sticks made more noise than lighter ones when they land, and that feathers made no noise when they landed.