11×14 Atlas Beetle
The Atlas Rhino is not nearly as ferocious as it appears. Kept as a pet in parts of Japan, it feeds on over-ripe fruits and tree sap. It thrives in the wild in Indo-Malaysia.
The lustrous, glossy exoskeleton of this beetle is especially strong, protecting it both from monkeys and birds as well as conspecific males who constantly battle over females.
Exceptionally sized specimens are used, averaging about 4¼” long including frontal horns.
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