This list contains particularly impressive biggest animals in the world. Some specimens are so huge that they almost make us believe they come from another planet. Whether insects, reptiles or mammals, you will be impressed to discover top largest animals in the world.
The Biggest Dog
It was a Great Dane that held the world record, measuring 107 cm in height and 2.2 meters long. But it was exceeded by only one centimeter long and 2 cm high by George, commonly known as Giant George.
Giant George wins many Guinness Book of World Records Tallest dog. Unfortunately he is dead. Before its death, it appeared on many TV shows: The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, The Today Show, Regis and Kelley, Animal Planet, and others.
George measured 43 inches at the shoulder, 7′ 3″ long, nose to tail, and Weight 245 LBS.
The Biggest Ray
This is considered the largest freshwater ray ever caught. The animal measures 14ft, and weights 600 kg. This giant freshwater stingray becomes the biggest freshwater fish ever caught with a line and rod.
The Biggest Jellyfish
The giant jellyfish is the largest species of jellyfish; usually grow up to 2 m (6.6 ft) in diameter and weighing up to 200 kg (440 lb). The one that holds the world record has a bell with a diameter of 2.3 meters (7 ft 6 in) and tentacles 37.0 m (121.4 ft) long.
The Largest Butterfly
The Queen Alexandra Birdwing is the largest living butterfly, measuring up to 12 inches (28 to 31 centimeters). The males are smaller; they grow to only 6.7 to 7.4 inches (17 to 19 cm). But there is “a biggest of the biggests”. This picture is the largest butterfly in the world. It measures 30 cm in diameter.
The Largest Snail
African Giant snails live in tropical climate where they have less natural predators. They reproduce rapidly. Each snail can lay up to 12 hundred eggs per year.
This world biggest snail has been reported to weight 20 cm long and weighs about 5 kg (11.0231 lbs.)
The Largest Snake
When it comes to largest snake in the world, there is plenty of controversy over which snake really holds the world’s record. The largest verified (by scientists) anaconda measured less than 30 feet long with a girth of 44 inches, with an estimate weight of over 500 lbs.
However, the latest claim on the internet is about a giant snake that measures 134 feet long and 2067 kgs. The publisher stated the snake is so giant that Africa’s Royal British Commandos took 37 days to catch and kill it.
The giant comes with huge expenses. It costs the owner 7524 US Dollar (£5,000) a year to feed the biggest rabbit, along with his son Jeff. They both eat about 2,000 carrots and 700 apples per year.
The largest Crab
The Japanese spider crabs remain the heaviest species of crab in the world with around 12ft and weight up to 42 lbs. But recently, a British team has caught on camera a mysterious giant crab. The beast is at least 50ft-wide lurking in shallow water.
13. The largest Bat
When we hear the world bat, we often picture in our mind a small animal flying at night. But it is not always the case. Also called Megabat, fruit bat is the largest in the world. The Largest of all time has been located in Malaysia and measuring 1.7 meters wingspan.
14. The Largest Crocodile
Gustave, named in honor of Frenchman Patrice Faye, who has lived in Burundi for 20 years, is the largest crocodile in the world. The beast measures 7 meters from head to tail, and weight around 1000 kilos.
It is rumors that Gustave has terrorized Burundi for more than 10 years, killing more than 300 people along the river Rusizi, and the lake Tanganyika.
15. Coconut Crabs
Coconut crabs can reach 3 ft 3 in. in length from leg to leg. They are the largest terrestrial arthropod. The adult weighs up to 4 kg, lengths up to 40 centimeters, one leg to another up to one meter. Males are generally larger than the female (sexual dimorphism).
It is reported to have found specimens that weight more than 17 kg, which is generally accepted as the theoretical limit for a terrestrial arthropod. These measurements are so far the largest coconut crabs in the world.
The Biggest Bull
The world biggest bovine weighs more than two tons and stands 7ft tall. In case you don’t figure it out, this is large enough to make 45,000 Big Macs. The giant is just 4 years old, according to Farmer Charlie Boden, from Stockport, Greater Manchester.