If you want to find out the largest animals on the Earth, and under the sea, you’re in the right place. Check out this list with the biggest animals.
Largest Animals in the World List
Have a look at this list of big animals.
- African elephant
- American bison
- Asian elephant
- blue whale
- brown bear
- cape buffalo
- Chinese giant salamander
- common ostrich
- green anaconda
- Japanese spider crab
- Kodiak bear
- Komodo dragon
- Pacific walrus
- polar bear
- reticulated python
- saltwater crocodile
- sperm whale
- wandering albatross
- white shark
Biggest Animals List (With Pictures)
Take a look at these large animals, with pictures.
Chinese giant salamander
Japanese spider crab
Large Animals Chart
Have a look at this chart with the biggest animals in the world.
FAQs About Big Animals
There are a number of common questions that people have about large animals. Here are the answers to some of the most popular ones.
What is the biggest animal on Earth?
The blue whale holds the title for being the largest animal on Earth.
How long can a blue whale grow?
Blue whales can reach lengths of up to 100 feet (30 meters) or more.
What’s the average weight of an adult blue whale?
Adult blue whales typically weigh around 100 to 200 tons.
What’s the largest land animal?
The African elephant takes the crown as the largest land animal.
How tall can an African elephant stand at the shoulder?
African elephants can stand around 10 to 13 feet (3 to 4 meters) tall at the shoulder.
What’s the largest known flying bird?
The wandering albatross holds the title of the largest wingspan of any living bird.
How big can the wingspan of a wandering albatross get?
The wingspan of a wandering albatross can reach up to 11 feet (3.4 meters).
Which animal has the largest heart?
The blue whale has the largest heart of any animal, weighing around 400 pounds (180 kilograms) or more.
What’s the largest species of shark?
The whale shark is the largest species of shark, known for its enormous size.
How long can a whale shark grow?
Whale sharks can grow up to lengths of around 40 to 60 feet (12 to 18 meters).
What’s the largest land predator?
The polar bear is considered the largest land predator due to its size and strength.
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