Dung Beetles (also called scarab beetles) are species of beetle in the family Scarabaeodiea. They get the name from the fact that most of them eat only or eat mostly dung. There are three types the rollers, who role the dung into spherical balls and bring them to their brooding chambers. Tunnelers bury the dung where they find it. The Dwellers simply live in the manure they find.
Dung beetles are very active insects. Their life expectancy is three to five years, and they mostly consume herbivore dung; they’re able to bury 250 times their own weight in a night. Female dung beetles lay single eggs into pieces of dung, and when the egg hatches, the newborn insect already has dung to eat.
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