The strongest animal in the world is the Rhinoceros Beetle that can lift 850 times its own weight.
The strongest animal in the world is the Rhinoceros Beetle that can lift 850 times its own weight while man can only support up 17 times its own weight and elephants can only carry up to 25% of its own weight on its back.
This animal measures between 30 to 57 mm length and between 14 to 21 mm wide and it is usually black with dark red color blends. Its origin is Asian but it has spread with the increase of shipping during World War II by the Pacific, reaching South America and can survive in any environment.
His name is due to the fact that it has two horns on the very top of the head but they are also sometimes called Hercules beetles, Unicorn beetles, or horn beetles. Female Rhino Beetles have no horns.
Usually the male horn is larger than the body, and is used to fight for for females and territory. Despite the appearance of evil, he does not bite nor have any poison and are popular as pets in parts of Asia.
In Asian countries, male beetles are also used for gambling fights since they naturally compete for female beetles.
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