Siamese rhinoceros beetles mating

Siamese rhinoceros beetles mating

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Caption: Siamese rhinoceros beetles mating. The Siamese rhinoceros beetle (Xylotrupes gideon), or fighting beetle, is a species of large scarab beetle found across much of Southeast Asia. It is particularly well known for its role in insect fighting in Thailand.

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