Moving Dung is actually a Dirty Job. These Beetles Live for of which.

A. The thousands of species of voracious beetles inside family Scarabaeoidea evolved to move, bury as well as consume the excrement of many animals in nature.

Dung beetles are widely recognized as important contributors to farm cleanups, as well. Some species have been transplanted into alien environments to help meet agricultural needs.

through the 1960s to the 1980s, there was a large-scale introduction of dung beetles into Australia to handle the excrement of another introduced species, beef cattle. Government entomologists imported dozens of species of beetles to address several problems, among them fouled pastures, slowing decomposition as well as disease-carrying flies in ordure.

Depending on soil types as well as different environmental factors, some species became established over the long term. Dung beetles have also been found to improve soil conditions, to suppress E. coli in blueberry fields, as well as to feed on harmful fly larvae in pastures.