Why Beetles Roll Cowdung
Long ago, there lives a rich and beautiful cow and her daughter. Although the cow likes to stay clean, she and her daughter are lazy. So they set about finding an animal who is able to clean up after them. Many animals try working for them: an elephant, giraffe, squirrel and hyena. But the cow is not satified. She turns to the insect population, thinking that although they are small, they might work harder. And so the insects compete for the job. It is the resourceful beetle who finally wins. The beetle is able to roll cow-dung into balls, in which she can lay her eggs to produce more beetles to work for the cow.
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