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Dung beetle mothers protect their offspring from a warming world by digging deeper

Dung beetles modify their nesting behaviors in response to temperature changes by burying their brood balls deeper in the soil, which protects their developing offspring.


https://theconversation.com/dung-beetle-mothers-protect-their-offspring-from-a-warming-world-by-digging-deeper-191983

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