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Mo. Department of Conservation's Taberville Prairie a Release Site for Endangered American Burying Beetles
June 25, 2020
EL DORADO SPRINGS, Missouri, June 25 -- The Missouri Department of Conservation issued the following news release:

The American burying beetle is a large and unusual insect. The parents tend young in an underground cavity, and they feed on carrion such as dead birds. Habitat losses or changes have made them an endangered species. But a cooperative restoration program between the Saint Louis Zoo, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (U . . .

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