1 Dung BeetleDung Beetles are the strongest living creatures in the world compared to body weight. They can pull 1,141 times their own body weight. This is the equivalent of a man pulling six double-decker buses full of people. Their length ranges from 0.004 inches to 2.4 inches. There are 7000 dung beetles that can be found on each continent except Antarctica. Dung beetles vary in size. The average lifespan for a Dung Beetle is between 3 and 5 years.
2 Rhinoceros BeetleRhinoceros beetles also known as Hercules beetles are the largest group of beetles in the world. The Rhino beetles can be found in Central and South America. Length of Rhinoceros beetle can vary from 1.5 to 6.7 inches and this insect can lift something 850 times their own weight. It is like a human of average size carry a weight of 65 tons.