Dung beetles: The little creatures of terrestrial ecology.
The Dung beetles can roll up to 10 times their weight.
The dung beetles make a ball of dung for mainly two reasons. One, to eat and another to propagate. Some dung beetle species make a ball and bury it for later consumption. While many other dung beetle species bury the ball for females to lay eggs in it later and when the larvae hatch, it eats from inside, pupates, and emerges as an adult.