Latest Rhinoceros beetle Stories
From antlers to horns, humans have long been fascinated by animals’ ability to defend themselves with their natural-born weapons.
Arrow Exterminators Recognizes Five Pests for Their Athletic Prowess in Nature ATLANTA, Jan.
Males of a species are always strutting their stuff for the sake of reproduction; peacocks have their plumage, rhinoceros beetles have their horns, and elk have their antlers.
Invasive species severely impact small islands.
In May 2008 the island of Guam became a living laboratory for scientists as they attached acoustic equipment to coconut trees in order to listen for rhinoceros beetles.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.