Dung beetles survive bushfire crisis
Surveys of the impact of recent bushfires have shown a diverse population of dung beetles have survived the crisis.
Dung Beetle Ecosystem Engineers have been monitoring affected sites along the New South Wales south coast and South Australia’s Adelaide Hills.
Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield caught up Technical Research Coordinator Dr Russ Barrow, who’s also a senior research fellow at Charles Sturt University:
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