The Giant Burrowing Cockroach is found only in Queensland Australia, weighs up to 35 grams, and measures 3.1 inches. It is one of the few cockroaches, not seen as a pest. Quite to the contrary, the Giant Burrowing Cockroach is actually a vital member of the eco-system, consuming leaves and recycling. They live beneath the ground burrowing down to around 3 feet 3 inches, where they make their home. Its features include a small head compared to its giant body, with males being larger than females, and having a larger scoop. The Giant Burrowing Cockroach grows by shedding its shell up to 13 times, before reaching full size.