Where Do Millipedes Live?

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Millipedes live in damps and dark places such as under rocks, logs and in compost piles. They live in almost every part of the world but are mostly found in humid tropical regions. Millipedes feed on damp and decaying vegetable matter.
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Millipedes live in moist and dark places.
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cool and damp outdoor places. e.g decaying plants, soil, leaves, trees and bushes.
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Millipedes live outdoors in cool damp places. You are likely to find them around decaying plant materials or mulch and outdoor plantings. You can find more information here: http://www.bugyman.com/slmillipede.htm
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