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Tumblebugs (a.k.a. “Dung Beetles,” or “Scarab Beetles”) play an important role in nature’s nutrient cycle and pastureland hygiene.   They are also fun to watch!

Here are some doing what they do best.

One Response to “Tumblebugs”

  1. Gary Griffin

    I have a friend who “imported” a few from his pasture and put them in his outside dog kennel(s)
    run(s) to help clean things up. The beetles flourished and they seem to work quite well !

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