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Five-horned Rhino Beetle in Black Frame (Eupatorus gracilicornis)



The five-horned rhino beetle has four large horns on the prothorax and one extra-long cephalic horn.

Although their horns may look ferocious, Rhino beetles can only pinch very weakly. Their mouth parts are used for feeding, and are so small they don't pose a threat to humans.

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