What Do Scarabs Represent?

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The scarab beetle is a dung beetle that lays its eggs in a ball of dung. The beetle became the Egyptian symbol for rebirth, the ability to be reborn. It was used as a metaphor for the entombing and resurrection of their mummies.
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