Sharing two giants of the Arthropod world.
First up, Thyropygus sp, (Giant Millipede)
Doesn't look big in this picture, maybe the next picture would help you figure it's size out.
Comparing it to a regular sized millipede. Not good enough? Next picture....
Here, this would do... And I have large hands, so just measure 26 cm on your ruler if your still unsure.
Next up, the Attacus Atlas, (The Atlas Moth), with a wingspan of 22 cm!
Another fascinating part of field herping, along with all the other natural wonders we encounter, is the invertebrates! This forum is dedicated to both field and captive invertebrates.
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