The Giraffe Stag-Beetle (Prosopocoilus giraffa) is the world's largest saw-tooth stag beetle with long and sharp jaws, also is one of the largest stag beetles in the world. It lives in wide range of Asia - from India to Indonesia. It is strong and rough natured, but the large jaws are sometimes beyond its control. Aggressive, fierce and powerful, it fights using its muscular jaws. It is up to 119 millimetres in length. Body color is typically determined by habitat.
Frame size- 23cm x 23cm