Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Dung in the wet system is a source of intense insect activity with dung beetles dropping from the sky as soon as the animal defecates. In this picture, a  crocodile right at the waters edge eats the elephant dung in order to consume all of the dung beetles. Ecosystem interactions and connections are complex, and often surprising, as this picture illustrates.

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    Susan


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