Watch a Hercules Beetle Metamorphose Before Your Eyes | Nat Geo Wild

Watch this beetle go from larvae to giant. The Hercules beetle is one of the largest flying insects in the world.
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As grubs they are impressively large. As beetle expert Brett Ratcliffe puts it, they “are basically the size of a Polish sausage.” Hercules beetles also go through metamorphosis, like a butterfly. Except, a butterfly spins a cocoon out of silk. The beetle builds a pupal chamber out of its own feces and, in it, transforms. As an adult, male Hercules beetles can stretch up to seven inches long including their horns.

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