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Dung beetle in Kenya.

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Dung beetles break down herbivores droppings and prevent flies from breeding in them. They bury the rolled dung balls after laying their eggs in them. Exotic species were introduced in Australia to manage bovine dung, which local species could not process. Endemic species of dung species have evolved with marsupials producing drier and more fibrous pellets.