Goliath beetle • Earth.com Goliath beetle

Goliath beetles are among the largest insects on Earth, if measured in terms of size, bulk and weight. Males have a Y-shaped horn on the head, which is used as a pry bar in battles with other males over feeding sites or mates. Females lack horns and instead have a wedge-shaped head that assists in burrowing when they lay eggs.

Size – 5 inches
Weight – 100 grams
Life Span – 3 months

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