The world is full of giant-sized animals that in two, three, and ten times more human. But how big they are actually? The true size of many of the inhabitants of our planet are staggering, especially in comparison with something... or someone. View and be surprised!
Adult sunfish and newborn individual
Moose is much more than you could imagine
Vets take blood from bison. The weight of this male is approximately 1360 kg
The growth of the horse breeds Clydesdale — 167-183 cm
Patrick is the oldest and biggest wombat in the world
Maine Coon and Siamese
Minato — largest sea elephant, who lived in Enoshima aquarium in Japan
The rabbit is a large breed of Flanders
A snapping turtle
"My dad and our dog (my dad's growth — 188 sm)"
The head of a lion compared to a human head
"Believe it or not, this is one of the most harmless spiders we have in Australia"
The skull of a whale and the man
The bear's paw
Talons of the eagle
Alaskan Malamute and Alaskan Klee Kai
Fin whale compared to a human skeleton
"Bella and Mini Cooper"
The Asian giant Salamander — the largest amphibian modern
Paw great Dane
Large tiger fish in the Congo river
Paw polar bear
Foot of the common cassowary (bird)
Huge ant compared to conventional
Japanese giant hornet
Human skeleton and a gorilla
Grasshopper in Costa Rica
Hippo in the zoo in new York
Manta, or giant sea devil
EMU egg compared to chicken egg
"The growth in my snails per year — from 4 cm to 17 cm"
The Atlantic blue Marlin
The huge beetle larva
A 2.5-foot rattlesnake
A lobster claw