Titanodula grandis, also known as the giant Asian mantis, is a species of praying mantis native to the region around the Bay of Bengal in southern Asia. It is found in Northeast India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. It is a large mantis which grows up to 6 inches long and is capable of eating small birds, reptiles and mammals.
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-  Giant Asian Mantis
- Xavier H.C. Vermeersch. 2020. Titanodula gen. nov., A New Genus of Giant Oriental Praying Mantises (Mantodea: Mantidae: Hierodulinae). Belgian Journal of Entomology. 100: 1–18.
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