16 Most Gigantic Insects in the World

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If your skin hasn’t been crawling enough for you this should really do the trick. The following listing consists of some of the creepiest bugs you have ever laid eyes on, and the fact of the matter is one can barely stomach the sight of them. Below is a list of sixteen of the biggest buggers this side of Beirut, and they just get grosser as they go. Check out the following ichthyological focus factors ever to frazzle our greatest fears.

1. The Japanese Giant Hornet (indigenous to Japan)

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The Japanese Giant Hornet has been recorded as having literally chased a target for up to 3 miles to catch and attack it, and approximately 30 to 40 people are killed by these giant stinging insects every year. Run for your life!

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2. The Titan Beetle (indigenous to Brazil and French Guiana)

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The actual larvae of these monstrous creepy crawlies have never actually located. They are thought to ‘steep’ inside of wood for years before actually coming out and meeting the world in such great shape.

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  1. Just to note, ichthyological is pertaining to the study of fish. I think you meant entomological, the study of insects.

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