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1. Bugs. Bugs. Bugs.

And the strongest ladybug on earth.

I drew this on a scrap piece of paper while I was making dinner over the past two nights. They aren't the most accurate bugs but some are recognizable, such as the dung beetles holding out on the ball of poo at the bottom. All bugs like poo, right? For the sake of this sketch they all do, okay? Good.

Click here for a larger view. This blogger preview thing is terrible for artwork. Hear that blogger? Fix it.

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2. A New Zig and Wikki Adventure from Nadja Spiegelman & Trade Loeffler

There are three types of dung beetles! Thanks to ZIG AND WIKKI in THE COW I now know this along with many other facts about dung, soil, and cow patties. (My kind of science lesson!)  The duo from outer-space, once again, explore Earth in all its exotic splendor. 

Want to read the first Zig and Wikki adventure? See it HERE!

Want to know more about dung beetles? See Dung Beetle TV  and watch this video from National Geographic:

Thank you to Leigh Stein.

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3. Michelle Henninger

"Dung Beetles are NOT disgusting"
© 2009 Michelle Henninger
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