13 Insanely Huge Bugs

Break.com Staff by Break.com Staff on Apr. 16, 2013

Word is African Land Snails are invading the US and pose a risk to crops and homes.  What's so bad about a big bug?  Yeah...

1. African Land Snail

2. Stick Bug

3. Japanese Hornet

4. Giant Rhinoceros Beetle

5. Elephant Beetle

6. Atlas Moth

7. Giant Centipede

8. Giant Katydid

9. Isopod

10. Giant Weta

11. Earthworm Jim

12. Giant Slug

13. Goliath Birdeater

44 comments
marpow
marpow User

I chuckled at Earthworm Jim.

marpow
marpow

I chuckled at Earthworm Jim.

Llnkn0wn
Llnkn0wn UserTop Commenter

11. name is FAKE!

The-Langolier
The-Langolier UserTop Commenter

F uck the Japanese Hornet.

onasphere
onasphere User

Man! Those are some tiny hands!

onasphere
onasphere

Man! Those are some tiny hands!

Aggies77
Aggies77

for the idiots, last I checked there is no genus "bug" its a generalized term that is typically used for insects. So please stop the " a spider isn't a bug." A spider isn't an insect.

Aggies77
Aggies77

for the idiots, last I checked there is no genus "bug" its a generalized term that is typically used for insects. So please stop the " a spider isn't a bug." A spider isn't an insect.

TheDork
TheDork User

Spiders, snails, and slugs aren't bugs

TheDork
TheDork

Spiders, snails, and slugs aren't bugs

RenoDRZ
RenoDRZ User

Most of these would be cool to have hanging out in the neighborhood.... except the goliath spider and wasp.

SlobberTrail
SlobberTrail

Most of these would be cool to have hanging out in the neighborhood.... except the goliath spider and wasp.

asshole1000
asshole1000 User

Isopods are crustaceans that live in the ocean. Not sure how that would be a bug. And snails really aren't bugs either.

asshole1000
asshole1000

Isopods are crustaceans that live in the ocean. Not sure how that would be a bug. And snails really aren't bugs either.

billm991
billm991 User

Number two is a praying mantis.

billm991
billm991

Number two is a praying mantis.

Dalingrin
Dalingrin

Scientific or not, many of these I would never refer to as bugs.

Dalingrin
Dalingrin

Scientific or not, many of these I would never refer to as bugs.

Fortey
Fortey User

They're not insects. Bug isn't a scientific term.

Fortey
Fortey

They're not insects. Bug isn't a scientific term.

My-2-Cents
My-2-Cents User

Boy your name sums you right up in just 11 characters. Wow a new records

Mausendk
Mausendk User

I could not care less where they live, what family they belong to, or even if they can breathe underwater. As long as they don't share my living space I'm good.

Xylander
Xylander UserTop Commenter

All bugs, all insects, and all crustaceans are arthropods. That being said, cockroaches and lobsters are very closely related. It's about the same distance as man and chimps.

My-2-Cents
My-2-Cents

Boy your name sums you right up in just 11 characters. Wow a new records

Mausendk
Mausendk

I could not care less where they live, what family they belong to, or even if they can breathe underwater. As long as they don't share my living space I'm good.

Xylander
Xylander

All bugs, all insects, and all crustaceans are arthropods. That being said, cockroaches and lobsters are very closely related. It's about the same distance as man and chimps.

Halfdozengp
Halfdozengp User

Ummm no, no it's not. Good try though. Break does fu ck up a lot of captions.

Halfdozengp
Halfdozengp

Ummm no, no it's not. Good try though. Break does fu ck up a lot of captions.

passmore428
passmore428

I ponder my existence, monkeys fling poo... Those two things are pretty much the same thing right?

passmore428
passmore428

I ponder my existence, monkeys fling poo... Those two things are pretty much the same thing right?