A highly unusual new study has uncovered a surprising fact: nocturnal dung beetles use the distant glow of the Milky Way to guide their path as they roll balls of excrement. The South African beetles will roll spherical balls of dung away from its source to enjoy privately, away from other beetles and scavengers... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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