Gaborone game reserve, Botswana 2015
I have always been intrigued by the small things. The wildlife that goes largely unnoticed. These species often have amazing and complex stories to tell. During the wet season in Botswana there is a scurry of activity, as insects make use of the soft soil. Dung beetles are out in force, searching for and molding dung into perfect spheres. Some are storing food, others creating a safe place for their young. As it moves its prize, the wet dung collects tiny stones.
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