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‘God-given gifts’: Dung beetles dig in to rejuvenate drought-ravaged land

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Would you give dung beetles a try if they could rejuvenate your home turf? 🐞🐞💩💩🌳🌳 When the beetles burrow into the cow dung on the land, they also dig down into the soil and bury the dung, which helps aerate and fertilise the soil. Good rain and busy beetles have seen paddocks in South West Queensland bounce back after years of drought. “Literally overnight we could see them getting about … burrowing through the dung.” Full story: 👇👇👇

‘God-given gifts’: Dung beetles dig in to rejuvenate drought-ravaged land



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