Gigantic Animals

Thanks to the website ‘Daily Stuff’, for these quirky photos of exceptionally large animals.

A huge bull.

An enormous horse.

A very large cat.

Giant Red kangaroo, strong enough to crush a metal bucket.

Huntsman Spider, the largest by leg span.

A huge Vulture.

Flying Fox, the largest type of Bat. (Five feet long)

The biggest butterfly, The Atlas Moth Butterfly.

A very big Flemish Rabbit.

The world’s biggest ant, found in the Amazon Rainforest.

A Goliath Beetle, the largest beetle known.

Huge frog!

48 thoughts on “Gigantic Animals

  1. Here the obsession is around the biggest pumpkin, the widest sunflower and the heaviest tomato. I did pay a dollar at a local fair to see the biggest pig since my grandchildren insisted. I guess they just drive him around from town to town and feed him. He was very content.

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  2. Now there is a massive amount of steaks…..the bat is way too cool…..I do not have a pot big enough for that rabbit……now that is a frog…..great collection…..chuq

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    1. I suppose anythng is possible, Don. But the beetle is well known to be large, so too the huge frog, butterfly, large cats (Maine Coons) and Flemish rabbits.
      Once AI takes over the Internet, I might have to stop posting! 🙂 🙂
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. The big cat would just be like any cat, (same with the rabbit) and I think the larger horse breeds are generally more sedate. The only one shown that I wouldn’t go anywhere near is the huge spider! 🙂
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. I wouldn’t want to be in a field with that bull! Horse is gorgeous. That spider…we have some like it here but if I ever see one I shall faint. The man and frog both look so sad :(. Kangaroo….not sure about that one. I know they can pack a punch but those muscles don’t look real…?

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    1. Apparently that kangaroo is/was quite famous in Australia. While not a true pet, he is/was fairly tame, and his muscles are apparently genuine.
      Glad you liked the horse. 🙂
      Best wishes, Pete.


    1. I like bats. We have them roosting in the two Oak Trees, and if you sit quietly in the garden, they will fly close to your head to eat mosquitoes. But our bats are tiny, not 5-feet long! 🙂
      Best wishes, Pete.

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