Fly Bees

Ants Butterfly Mosquitoes Fly Bees are one of the most common types of insects around us. Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about an inch or so. If you do not know, there may be some insects that are about 2 feet in size that still exist. Here are 10 of the world’s largest insects that still exist today.

10. Giant Water Bug: up to 12 cm (4.7 in)

Belostomatidae is an insect that lives in the freshwater area and is scientifically named Belostomatidae. Although the largest of the Hemiptera insects, they are found all over the world. South America , It is most common in northern Australia and East Asia. It lives in streams and lakes. On average, they have a body size of about 0.75 inches, while the largest ones are up to 4.75 inches. These Giant Water Bugs are common in some parts of Southeast Asia.

9. Elephant beetle: up to 13 cm (5.1 in)

Because of their large size and elephant-like shape, they are often referred to as elephant tusks and are scientifically named Megasoma elephas. They are most common in southern Mexico and Central America. Males also have horns on their heads, so they are also called rhinos. Males are up to 5.1 m long, and females are two to three times smaller than males.