Rhinoceros Beetles are among the largest of beetles in the world. The Rhinoceros Beetle is aptly named because it has horns on its head, very much like the rhinoceros does.
Rhino Beetles reach 60 millimetres in length. They have two horns, one on the top of the head and the other projecting forward from the middle of the thorax. Each horn is slightly forked at the end. The two horns almost meet and by moving its head the beetle can pinch weakly with them.