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New research shows that El Niño contributes to insect collapse in the Amazon – EurekAlert

IMAGE: Dichotomius enceladus, the largest dung-roller beetle species in the study region photographed while rolling a golf ball-sized morsel of dung within an undisturbed forest in the Santarém region of the…
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