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Why Dung Beetles dance for their dinner

Researchers say it may provide orientation cues necessary for steering.

Dung Beetles love poop – surprise, we know.  What isn't known, is why they dance while they're rolling their dinner home to safety – until now.

A team of researchers from Sweden and South Africa have answered the question and Science-Fare.com's Lee Flohr, spoke to Emily Baird, study co-author and researcher at Lund University in Sweden. 

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The research was published in the journal, PLoS One


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