It seems humans, birds, and seals are not the only creatures on Earth that use the night sky to navigate. According to a team of international researchers, at least one insect also keeps its eyes on the sky: the dung beetle. According to a report published in Current Biology, dung beetles navigate across width swaths of land via the starry sky... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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