The beetle is a group of insects that make up the Coleoptera order.
The beetle eksoskeleton consists of many dishes called sclerite, separated by thin stitches. This design creates beetle defenses while maintaining flexibility.
The general anatomy of the beetles is quite uniform, although certain organs and aids may vary greatly in appearance and function among the many families in this order. Like all insects, the beetle's body is divided into three parts: head, chest (thorax), and abdomen.