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Examples include some beetles and rainforest kangaroos called pademelons.
The diabolical ironclad beetle is like a tiny tank on six legs.
Near the back of the beetle, the ridges are not as tightly interlocked.
He writes of the beetles that save mimosa trees in Houston, his daughter’s death at age 38 and greeting “small nervous birds” in walks along the sea.
Last weekend, China’s customs agency banned imports of timber from Queensland, claiming it had found a beetle infestation in one shipment.
That flexibility helps the beetle absorb compression in a region of its body that is safer to squish.
There are no summertime tomatoes or winter squash without pollinators, no gentle removal of dead animals without the dermestid beetles that attend them.
Rutherford mostly makes a living hunting and cleaning off animal skulls with the help of a colony of dermestid beetles.
Unsurprisingly, the frogs did try to capture the beetles—and generally succeeded in swallowing them.
He found that more than nine in every 10 beetles survived being eaten.

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