by Cristian Solari
Oxysternon festivum (+) Detritivory (0) Alouatta caraya
Dung beetles use #poop for feeding and nesting, with their larvae already hatching in a nutrient-rich environment. Some species roll using their front legs, such as this Oxysternon festivum rolling dung from a howler monkey in the Maracá Island, Roraima. Photo credit @JosBarlow
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