Chance Wayne recently found this insect in the yard at Farm Bureau Insurance. It is a female Eastern Hercules Beetle. Other names are Rhinoceros Beetle, Rhino Beetle, Unicorn Beetle and Horn Beetle because the males have two large horns — one on their head and another on their thorax. They also have two small horns next to the large thorax horn. The horns are used in fighting other beetles for the right to mate with a female. Typically, they are green, gray or tan mottled with black spots, according to the University of Kentucky Entomology website. Chance is a freshman at Anderson High and is on the archery team. He planned to put the beetle in a jar and keep it.