This is a drawing I did a while back of a female Asiatic Rhinoceros Beetle. Rhinoceros Beetles are part of the Scarab family. Asiatic Rhino Beetles eat the fronds and shoots of developing palm trees in tropical Asia and Pacific islands. They also feed on dead and decaying plant matter. The males have longer horns than the females, and they use those horns to fight each other for mating rights. The females just chill.
Sometimes they are kept as pets, and a lot of other times they are pests. As stowaways, they make their ways to other countries and eat native and farmed plants. This can disrupt the balance of ecosystems if they get out of hand, like when nothing in the area wants to eat a bug like them and they can multiply without any natural control.
P.S.: Beetles don't have eyes like the way I drew, I made it look more 'vertebrate-ish' as a stylistic choice.
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