We often hear about the biggest animals that would easily tower over humans twice, thrice, and some even ten times. But how big, exactly, are they?

Let’s take the blue whale, which is known as one of the largest animals ever to exist. Imagine: the largest ever measured 110 feet long. If that doesn’t ring a bell just yet, think of it as longer than 2 packed school buses that seat 40 people each. It’s also longer than 18 grown men of 6 feet laid head to toe with each other.

If your head is spinning, right down below is a collection of animal photos that put their size into perspective and do the "just imagine" part for us. From very large Maine coons to gigantic Siberian tigers, these are the big boys and girls of the animal kingdom.

#1

I Never Knew What Absolute U N I T S Clydesdales Are Until I Saw This Picture

I Never Knew What Absolute U N I T S Clydesdales Are Until I Saw This Picture

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Daria Z
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1 month ago

Wow, soo handsome! 😍

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#2

Tagging And Blood Tests For Bison. Just To Give You An Idea Of How Big They Are, This Male Weighs Around 3000lbs

Tagging And Blood Tests For Bison. Just To Give You An Idea Of How Big They Are, This Male Weighs Around 3000lbs

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Guy MacGregor
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1 month ago

Approx. 1360 kgs

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#3

An Adult Ocean Sunfish Compared To Them At Birth

An Adult Ocean Sunfish Compared To Them At Birth

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Lilli Stanard
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1 month ago

Awwww the wittle baby weeeee guys😍😍😍😍

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We usually imagine felines as cute little furballs who, no matter how fast they grow up, still fit into our lap just fine. But there’s one cat breed known as the Maine coon that can easily reach up to 40 inches. In comparison, the average size of an adult domestic cat comes in at as little as 8 to 10 inches.

In order to find out more about the scale of these massive felines, Bored Panda reached out to Jess Beckwith, a professional Maine coon breeder based in the United Kingdom from RudyCats.co.uk. Jess told us that Maine coons are referred to “as the dogs of the cat world, not only because of their incredible personalities, but also because of their size.”

They’re the biggest domestic cats and can range from 11 to 33 pounds when fully grown. Two of Jess’s “young neutered boys currently hit the scales at around 21 pounds.” Meanwhile, the largest Maine coon is named Barivel and he measures a whopping 3 feet and 11.2 inches from head to tail tip. That makes him longer than a baseball bat.

However impressive the scale of Maine coons may be, it’s not the most important feature when it comes to exhibitions. Jess said that “good bone structure, features, and the ‘not too extreme’ look is best, as well as temperament and health, of course,” are more important for winning a title in the big game.

#4

Meet Patrick, The World’s Oldest And Largest Wombat

Meet Patrick, The World’s Oldest And Largest Wombat

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Agfox
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1 month ago

Except Patrick died 3 years ago - he was much mourned by staff & local Ballarat residents

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#5

Giant African Land Snail

Giant African Land Snail

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Rissie
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1 month ago

Is he posing for the picture?

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This big boy who resembles an oversized guinea pig is, in fact, a nocturnal marsupial known as a wombat (Vombatus ursinus). Patrick has stolen people's hearts by being both incredibly cute and gigantic. Weighing 84 pounds, he is one of the largest (and oldest) wombats ever to have lived.

Only quite recently, a new, wombat-like species was discovered in Australia called Makupirna nambensis, which literally translates to “big bones” in the aboriginal language. The creature’s remains are now one of the oldest fossils found in the area, thought to date back to 25 million years ago.This boy could have weighed 330 pounds, which is more than five adult wombats living today.

Yet, Makupirna is still not the biggest. The absolute record-breaking wombat-like creature was called Diprotodon and it weighed over two tons. This powerful beast could have lived until 11,700 years ago.

#6

My Dad And My Dog (Dad Is 6'2")

My Dad And My Dog (Dad Is 6'2")

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Kirk Helfrich
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1 month ago

That's not a dog. It's a rare breed of minature horse.

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#7

I Have Severely Underestimated The Size Of A Moose

I Have Severely Underestimated The Size Of A Moose

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Mohammad Ammar
Community Member
1 month ago

Yeah they're more similar to camels than deer.

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#8

Complete Unit

Complete Unit

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Wendy Franck
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1 month ago

Flemish giant! They are so sweet!

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#9

Maine Coon vs. Siamese Size Comparison

Maine Coon vs. Siamese Size Comparison

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Maryam Siddiqui
Community Member
1 month ago

wow, well u know what they say cuteness comes in all shapes and sizes

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#10

Minazo The Southern Elephant Seal Was Known For His Blue Bucket, He Lived In Japan's Enoshima Aquarium Until His Death In 2005

Minazo The Southern Elephant Seal Was Known For His Blue Bucket, He Lived In Japan's Enoshima Aquarium Until His Death In 2005

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Ms.M.
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1 month ago

Awww :( lolrus-5f2...78d743.jpg lolrus-5f2000278d743.jpg

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#11

Lion's Head Compared To Man's Head. Absolute Unit

Lion's Head Compared To Man's Head. Absolute Unit

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Lilli Stanard
Community Member
1 month ago

i wanna boop him

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#12

A Full Size Snapping Turtle Compared To What Most People Think Is A Full Size Snapping Turtle

A Full Size Snapping Turtle Compared To What Most People Think Is A Full Size Snapping Turtle

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Anne
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1 month ago

holy shit.. that can take of a leg

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#13

Salt Water Crocodile

Salt Water Crocodile

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N G
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1 month ago

Hmmm, my favourite.. a can of human...nom nom nom..

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#14

Ever Wonder How Big An Eagle Talon Is?

Ever Wonder How Big An Eagle Talon Is?

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wild lover
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1 month ago

wisit www.outbaaz.com to know more information about wildlife

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#15

A Whale Skull With A Human For Scale

A Whale Skull With A Human For Scale

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Maryam Siddiqui
Community Member
1 month ago

danggg that should be on that one post in which people reimagined what aliens would remake animals based on their skull.

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#16

Believe It Or Not, This Is One Of The Least Dangerous Spiders We Have In Australia

Believe It Or Not, This Is One Of The Least Dangerous Spiders We Have In Australia

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Steve Barnett
Community Member
1 month ago

Yep, Huntsman spider, harmless. But if I came across it I'd shit myself eleven months of sundays.

KombatBunni
Community Member
1 month ago

Had one chase me once..I dropped a pair of phone books on it and left them there for a week, just to make sure..

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Electric Ed
Community Member
1 month ago

Least dangerous, because you can spot it coming a mile away?

K.Kobayashi
Community Member
1 month ago

And can be stopped by a door, presumably.

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Will Fenton
Community Member
1 month ago

I love how in Australia things are described as "least dangerous".

Pete H
Community Member
1 month ago

The least dangerous, yet still looks like it would eat me in a heartbeat..

cassiushumanmother
Community Member
1 month ago

What is more crazy about huntman spiders is that they live in huge colonys. As if they were not scary enough.

Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
1 month ago

majority of huntsman species are solitary spiders and only meet with a female to breed with except The social huntsman, the name speaks for itself. The colonies are usually found in dead trees.

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Animal lover❤
Community Member
1 month ago

Well I'm never moving to Australia

Michael Dworkin-Robertson
Community Member
1 month ago

...And to think, Hermione sent her parents to Australia to protect them against Voldy? REALLY?!?

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CatWoman312
Community Member
1 month ago

I don’t care if he cooks dinner and washes the dishes afterwards, I’d still scream bloody murder if I see one!

Brent Hollett
Community Member
1 month ago

For anyone wondering, the rest of the "dirt" on the broom is baby spiders in a nest.

Captain Awesome
Community Member
1 month ago

They love to live in cars

My O My
Community Member
1 month ago

I bet they can drive too

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liz
Community Member
1 month ago

Honestly they arnt that bad. The first time you see one you get a fright but they realy dont bother you much.

Pensive
Community Member
1 month ago

I love huntsmans. They're big and fuzzy and not all that bright, but they eat nastier spiders.

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Firefoxy3121
Community Member
1 month ago

It's worse when they have their babies with them

Luna Lovebug
Community Member
1 month ago

Sure, unless it creeps up on you while driving your car. Would not only result in my untimely death

Megzymonsta
Community Member
1 month ago

NOPE!!!

Jude Bennett
Community Member
1 month ago

Yeah ok except for the heart attack you may have.

Nunya Beezness
Community Member
1 month ago

IDC if that thing is not poisonus, if that crawled on me, I would faint from sheer terror and shit myself.

nettie netwitch
Community Member
1 month ago

But don't enter the dunny if there is a redback.

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Raine Soo
Community Member
1 month ago

If the Huntsman is one of the least dangerous spiders in Australia, what are your offerings for most dangerous? Actually, I like spiders, and I am not going to burn down my house.

LittleMissPanda
Community Member
1 month ago

That would be a male funnelweb spider (I hope I spelled it right)

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Johanne Trudeau
Community Member
1 month ago

Oh jeez!! Just the size would have me running for the hills!!!

Sammy Guy 15
Community Member
1 month ago

lol its aragog

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Margaret Hooper
Community Member
1 month ago

Do you know you can hear a huntsman walking across the ceiling at night? The sense of foreboding when the footsteps stop immediately above your face is overwhelming. (But, if you do have a resident huntsman, you will never have spiderwebs as the huntsman eats all other spiders!)

Riley James
Community Member
1 month ago

I dare you to pet it

Elizabeth Molloy
Community Member
1 month ago

LOL! My SO nearly crapped himself when a spider popped up next to him! It was the size of the nail on my little finger; if he saw this he'd have a heart attack!

Grace Smith
Community Member
1 month ago

Oh he B I G

Jo Browne
Community Member
1 month ago

Pretty harmless, but ugly as sin

madmickx
Community Member
1 month ago

Sorry guys but I can assure you huntsmen are nowhere near as big as this one appears to be. The biggest one I have seen in 60 odd years in Australia would fit on the palm an average sized man's hand. Perspective can be tricky with short focal length cameras.

Morgan
Community Member
1 month ago

I'll stick with the tarantulas!

Caroline Overill
Community Member
1 month ago

Love you ozzies but I am NEVER going to Australia. Not without a bio hazard suit anyway

Hayley Murphy
Community Member
1 month ago

We have them in abundance - in our cars, house, garden - Would never kill them tho- not poisonous BUT their bite is absolutely excruciating ! As I found when I accidentally lifted one in our horses hay - Piercing pain then my bitten hand went white, then.numb and left two small entry scars ... be warned !

Bob Belcher
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope!!!!

🍿WhErE iS mY pOpCoRn🍿
Community Member
1 month ago

I’m mean I would get my grandma and mom (they have MAJOR arachnophobia)

Fraser Fell
Community Member
1 month ago

Not cool.

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
1 month ago

Spider, Australian Huntsman spider

Faith Nicole
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope.! Australia can k33p him & all his relatives

Viv Hart
Community Member
1 month ago

He looks very busy!

Azsha Lindsay
Community Member
1 month ago

Im good i will stay right here

LAM
Community Member
1 month ago

Ick, not a fan of spiders, specially one this size.

Jjjane20
Community Member
1 month ago

Heart attack on the broom and brave girl.

Liz the Wanderer
Community Member
1 month ago

Least dangerous because Australia is the land of the most dangerous animals!!

Bunny Wood
Community Member
1 month ago

Used to freak me out, now I just scoop them up and put them outside. Miracles really all those working knees. Also fast as the wind when they run.

Mumof1
Community Member
1 month ago

Harmless but scary

Leticia Kenoyer
Community Member
1 month ago

Wow beautiful

Leisa Farrow
Community Member
1 month ago

You're welcome t o them - keep them right there in Oz, please & thank you.

Amanda Hartley
Community Member
1 month ago

Not usually scared of spiders - think I'd make an exception for this one 😲😲😲

Toni Ferchak
Community Member
1 month ago

Thanks for educating us … I would have passed out coming across one on my future visit to your wonderful country !!!!

scrappyrat
Community Member
1 month ago

He is totally going to attack that bird on your shirt.

Gayle Hunter-Gatherer
Community Member
1 month ago

Aw. Sweet.

Rikke Hackner
Community Member
1 month ago

I just got the shivers

Flavia Slag
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope

Perfectly Imperfect
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope. Nuh uh. Not happenin’. Don’t care how “least” dangerous it is; there’s no way I’m gonna get close enough to test that theory!!!

Viki Banaszak
Community Member
1 month ago

Yup, so many places I don't want to visit because of my phobia

Francie Traschen
Community Member
1 month ago

what is it about spiders, even when we know they're not dangerous, that make our stomachs contract and our feet want to run?? is it evolutionary?

Beverley Whitfield
Community Member
1 month ago

hey Michelle show Jason

Bobby Sammons
Community Member
1 month ago

Not dangerous until you are in a panic trying to get away from it and trip over everything!

AnnieLaurie Burke
Community Member
1 month ago

His hide looks like velvet!

Laughinmydreams
Community Member
1 month ago

Harmless . . ok if that came skittering across my floor, I would jump off of the balcony. Jesus!

Aimee Simmons
Community Member
1 month ago

I love spiders. I would make all kinds of squeaky and squealing noises if I ever got to meet one of these beautiful things.

Elaine Mattingly
Community Member
1 month ago

Talk about a bad first impression.

Gail Watkins
Community Member
1 month ago

I always wanted to visit Australia now I have second thots

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope. Just. Nope.

Gale Vester
Community Member
1 month ago

And what is that hanging between the human and spider?

Emily Barnes
Community Member
1 month ago

NOPE

Hayley Murphy
Community Member
1 month ago

Tho not poisonous be warned - their bite is absolutely excruciating! We have them everywhere - in our house, cars, garden ... love them, but accidentally lifted one in a handful of horse hay - piercing pain, then numbness ... still have the tiny bite scars ... was always told they didn’t bite ! Pfffft ..!

Little Wonder
Community Member
1 month ago

I love huntsmen spiders, they're shy babies who need space and in return they will eat up all the annoying flies and mozzies.

Downunderdude
Community Member
1 month ago

Well they're not venomous, but they can and do bite and it can and does hurt.

Biljana Malesevic
Community Member
1 month ago

Australia is not a place for people with arachnophobia, that's for sure.

Orionpax75
Community Member
1 month ago

I don't give a shit if it brings me flowers nope and nope!!

Izzy_
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope, nope, nope! XD

lila7074
Community Member
1 month ago

HELL. No. I will NEVER GO TO AUSTRALIA NEVER EVER

Ann Shackley
Community Member
1 month ago

I'd die of a heart attack if I ever met that spider face to face.

Beach Blox
Community Member
1 month ago

I would be outta there real quick. Ngl looks pretty cool though!

Kate
Community Member
1 month ago

I do NOT believe you.

KarmaPeace
Community Member
1 month ago

Sod that

Mia
Community Member
1 month ago

I got chills. And they're multiplying!

Angela B
Community Member
1 month ago

I would set fire to the house and then move States if I found one of these in the yard or house and yes, I live in Australia

Sterrinatu
Community Member
1 month ago

NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!

Leo Fragoso
Community Member
1 month ago

Yeh, I belive it.

NoobPlayz
Community Member
1 month ago

Yeah huntsman spiders are fine but scary as anything!!!!

b l a n c
Community Member
1 month ago

aghhhahahhs i hate huntsman spiders

Oskar vanZandt
Community Member
1 month ago

The warmer the climate the greater the profusion of scary (if only scary-looking) critters!

Timmy
Community Member
1 month ago

Yeah, notice this says "one of the least dangerous" not "the least dangerous."

ojjunior
Community Member
1 month ago

At first i got scared with the bee on the t-shirt...

Lu
Community Member
1 month ago

I respect all living things, but nope. I’d faint.

Liz Karsa
Community Member
1 month ago

OH HELL NO

fancy yet idiotic alien
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Want want want want it’s so cute!

Monica Reed
Community Member
1 month ago

Um this is a NOPE

Lori McDermott
Community Member
1 month ago

Dangerous or not...NOPE!

Ryleigh
Community Member
1 month ago

🤐😰

Vicky Zar
Community Member
1 month ago

Yeah.... no thank you.

Gina Babe
Community Member
1 month ago

I hate Australia

Bobthemess
Community Member
1 month ago

STOP SHOWING THE SCARY THINGS MY TOES ARE TINGLING AND IM SHAKING THANKS A WHOLE F*CKING LOT

Stormy
Community Member
1 month ago

Nope....I'll not be visiting Australia.....

Sawdust
Community Member
1 month ago

Looks like those things from Half-Life.

Ripley
Community Member
1 month ago

The perspective of the photo makes it look bigger than it is. A really big huntsman is no bigger than your hand (not head size like the photo suggests). They run like fuck if startled, though, so there is that.

Firefoxy3121
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1 month ago

They do get a bit bigger than you hand sometimes

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#17

This Is How Huge A Moose Is

This Is How Huge A Moose Is

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Pusfarm
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1 month ago

I guess Bullwinkle wasn't a particularly accurate portrayal.

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#18

Bear Paw Is Pretty Metal

Bear Paw Is Pretty Metal

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Pete H
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1 month ago

I'm hoping this is a vets picture, not a photo of the aftermath of shooting it..

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#19

This Is A Hammerhead Bat And Is By Far The Creepiest Animal I've Seen

This Is A Hammerhead Bat And Is By Far The Creepiest Animal I've Seen

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John Otruba
Community Member
1 month ago

Middle ages gargoyle model

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#20

A Siberian Tiger With A Man For Scale

A Siberian Tiger With A Man For Scale

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Debster
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1 month ago

Awww he's getting his bottle.

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#21

Leatherback Turtles Can Get Pretty Huge Apparently

Leatherback Turtles Can Get Pretty Huge Apparently

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Danger Noodle
Community Member
1 month ago

I wish people would leave turtles alone to lay their eggs. Where this picture was taken, 50 eggs were stolen.

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#22

The Size Of A Tiger Paw Compared To A Man's Hand

The Size Of A Tiger Paw Compared To A Man's Hand

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martin734
Community Member
1 month ago

Biiiig beans!

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#23

The Critically Endangered Giant Chinese Salamander (Largest Salamander And Amphibian In The World). It Apparently Sometimes Smells Like Pepper And Makes Noises That Sound Like Small Children. Scientist For Size

The Critically Endangered Giant Chinese Salamander (Largest Salamander And Amphibian In The World). It Apparently Sometimes Smells Like Pepper And Makes Noises That Sound Like Small Children. Scientist For Size

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My O My
Community Member
1 month ago

Uggly cute

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#24

Alaskan Malamute Phil vs. Alaskan Klee Kai. Check Out The Size Difference Of The Two Breeds

Alaskan Malamute Phil vs. Alaskan Klee Kai. Check Out The Size Difference Of The Two Breeds

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eli yete
Community Member
1 month ago

the face says it all

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#25

A Whale Fin Next To The Entire Skeleton Of A Human

A Whale Fin Next To The Entire Skeleton Of A Human

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sploof
Community Member
1 month ago

where did they get that human skeleton

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#26

A Big, Fat Caterpillar

A Big, Fat Caterpillar

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Scagsy
Community Member
1 month ago

WTF? I don't remember taking any hallucinogens this morning. If I did though, would I? Hmmn

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#27

The Size Of This Croc Jumping Out Of The Water

The Size Of This Croc Jumping Out Of The Water

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Ray Heap
Community Member
1 month ago

lost a leg, poor thing.

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#28

Siberian Tigers Are Big

Siberian Tigers Are Big

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Scagsy
Community Member
1 month ago

Tiny little person

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#29

Polar Bear Paw Compared To Human Hands

Polar Bear Paw Compared To Human Hands

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Sk8_boy
Community Member
1 month ago

I couldn’t bear to see one get hurt

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#30

My Girlfriend's Hand Next To A Great Dane's Paw

My Girlfriend's Hand Next To A Great Dane's Paw

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Vic
Community Member
1 month ago

Great Danes are real gentle giants.. they are fun!

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#31

Bella vs. Mini

Bella vs. Mini

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Martti Laurson
Community Member
1 month ago

So let me get it right. Bella is the name of the car and Mini is the name of the dog?

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#32

The Skull Of A Blue Whale

The Skull Of A Blue Whale

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Peter's wife
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1 month ago

Angry bunny rabbit 🐰

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#33

The Claw Of A Male Southern Cassowary Compared To A Human Hand

The Claw Of A Male Southern Cassowary Compared To A Human Hand

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Maryam Siddiqui
Community Member
1 month ago

wow birds really did descend from dinosaurs

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#34

Goliath Tiger Fish, Congo River

Goliath Tiger Fish, Congo River

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Lilli Stanard
Community Member
1 month ago

he looks like he needs a hug

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#35

The Absolutely Startling Size Of Vespa Mandarinia Aka Asian Giant Hornet

The Absolutely Startling Size Of Vespa Mandarinia Aka Asian Giant Hornet

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T Simmons
Community Member
1 month ago

Those stings! thats absolutely terrifying

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#36

Gorilla Hands Compared To A Human Hand

Gorilla Hands Compared To A Human Hand

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CR Harvey
Community Member
1 month ago

The strength in that hand...

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#37

A Flood Brought In This New Species Of Ant To My Neighborhood. Size Comparison Between Regular Ant

A Flood Brought In This New Species Of Ant To My Neighborhood. Size Comparison Between Regular Ant

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Pete H
Community Member
1 month ago

Wtf?? That is NOT an ant, that's an inbred tarantula surely..

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#38

Fruit Bats Are Way Bigger Than I Thought.

Fruit Bats Are Way Bigger Than I Thought.

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Vic
Community Member
1 month ago

Put Bruce Wayne down, right this instance, young lady!

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#39

I Found A Grasshopper In Costa Rica And Used My 16cm Hand For Scale

I Found A Grasshopper In Costa Rica And Used My 16cm Hand For Scale

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Monday
Community Member
1 month ago

NOPE

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#40

This Is A Human Skeleton Compared To A Gorilla Skeleton

This Is A Human Skeleton Compared To A Gorilla Skeleton

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Natalie Bohrteller
Community Member
1 month ago

Can't deny the relationship.

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#41

Fully Inflated Horse Lungs

Fully Inflated Horse Lungs

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Tiggy Darling
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1 month ago

I wonder if the horse was OK afterwards?

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#42

Unit Of A Hippo At NY Aquarium vs. Size Of This Kid

Unit Of A Hippo At NY Aquarium vs. Size Of This Kid

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XxInstantKarmaxX
Community Member
1 month ago

They get bigger then this..

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#43

Bald Eagles Are Freakin Huge Compared To A Human

Bald Eagles Are Freakin Huge Compared To A Human

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Vic
Community Member
1 month ago

He not bald! He has more head hair than me!!

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#44

Emu Eggs, With Chicken Egg For Scale

Emu Eggs, With Chicken Egg For Scale

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Princess Procrastination
Community Member
1 month ago

I thought it was an Avocado

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#45

Human Hand vs. Leg Of Myra, One Of The Resident Emus At Freedom Farm Animal Rescue

Human Hand vs. Leg Of Myra, One Of The Resident Emus At Freedom Farm Animal Rescue

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Jenn C
Community Member
1 month ago

Australia had a war with emus- the emus won.

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#46

Giant Oceanic Manta Ray

Giant Oceanic Manta Ray

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Danger Noodle
Community Member
1 month ago

That's just sad... poor Manta Ray

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#47

Claw Sizes Of 25 Different Predators

Claw Sizes Of 25 Different Predators

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Electric Ed
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1 month ago

Beaver? Predator? I thought beavers eat ... trees. Now that I think about it, that doesn't really make sense.

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I See Your Hand Sized Moth And Raise You A Giant Beetle Larvae

I See Your Hand Sized Moth And Raise You A Giant Beetle Larvae <