For Dung Beetles, Monkey Business Is Serious Stuff

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: May 26, 2004   View Article

Monkey see, monkey eat, monkey doo.

So the seeds of the Amazon’s much-lauded biodiversity are spread around the rain forest, in many cases. And where there’s monkey business, so too are dung beetles, according to Kevina Vulinec, an assistant professor of wildlife ecology at Delaware State University in Dover.

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