Elephant beetle (Megasoma elephas) - Our Planet
Elephant beetle (Megasoma elephas) is a rhinoceros beetle belonging to the Scarabaeidae family. The males can grow up to 13 cm, but females are 2-3 time smaller. They are actually black in color and covered with a coat of fine microscopic hairs. They are located in southern Mexico, Central America, and in South American rainforests. From the profile, an elephant beetle really looks like an elephant.