The Top 10 Abnormally Large Animals That Are Actually Real


The Top 10 Abnormally Large Animals That Are Actually Real

The wildlife video, which is a video from the animal planet videos, describes the 10 largest animals in the world.

  1. According to the discovery live channel, the world biggest dog is known by the name Zues. Zues weighs 155 pounds and with a height of 44 inches. The dog died at the age of 6 years.
  2. The biggest rabbit ever in the world is the Greedy Eater Darius. Darius weighs 50 pounds, and is 4 feet and 4 inches long. The biggest house cat is ludo. The cat is 24.5 pounds in weight, and is 45 inches in length.
  3. The tallest horse in the world is known by the name Jake. Jake is about 2600 pounds, and has a standing height of 210.2 cm long .
  4. The tallest cow in the world is known as Blosom. At the age of 13 years old, she had a height of 6 feet and 4 inches, and a total weight of 2000 pounds.
  5. World biggest sea monster ever discovered in the oceans is the stingray, the biggest fresh water fish to be ever caught by a lie and rod. Jeff Corwin, a wildlife and nature conservationist, took almost 2 years to reel in Mae Klong, a river in Thailand.
  6. The biggest sea animal known in sea world history is the Mekong giant catfish. The catfish weighed 660pounds.
  7. When considering the wild animals, the world largest wild cat is a Liger named Hercules. The Liger was a product of a male lion and a Tigress. Hercules weighs 922 pounds, and is 131 inches long. He is also twice the height of an average human male.
  8. The world biggest crab is the Japanese spider crab. The crab is 3.8 meters long, and weighs 42 pounds.
  9. The longest spider is the Goliath bird eating spider, it has a leg span of 11 inches.
  10. The longest snake ever discovered in the world is medusa, a reticulated python. The snake is 25 feet and 2 inches, and weighs 350 pounds.

All the animals covered are live or once ever lived.


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