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Scrutinizing Transcendence

A research confirmed that at least one species of African dung beetle, Scarabaeus satyrus, uses the Milky Wayas a guide to steering its dung ball home. The researchers placed tiny hats on the dung beetles, effectively blocking their view of the heavens, and found the dung beetles could only wander aimlessly without being able to see the stars.