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Sexton beetle in a dead mole

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Sexton beetle (Nicrophorus sp.) emerging from the head of a dead mole (Talpidae). Sexton beetles are also known as burying beetles, on account of their habit of burying small animal and bird carcasses as food for their larvae. Filmed in Denmark.

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