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Beetles vary drastically across species as there are nearly 12,000 different kinds in the US and more than 300,000 in the world. Beetles can adapt to all types of habitats from land to fresh water, typically living where they eat. So, that means if they have found a food source, they are likely to stay close by. The average lifespan for most beetles is one year.

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