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The largest dinosaurs, and the largest animals to ever live on land, were the plant-eating, long-necked Sauropoda. The tallest and heaviest sauropod known from a complete skeleton is a specimen of an immature Giraffatitan discovered in Tanzania between 1907 and 1912, now mounted in the Museum für Naturkunde of Berlin. It is 12–13.27 m (39.4 ...

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When people think about the largest animals that ever lived, dinosaurs are often the first thing to come to mind. It might come as a surprise that the largest animal ever recorded still lives today, although it is on the endangered species list. Others were indeed prehistoric creatures that would have dwarfed ...

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The largest-known perissodactyl, and the second largest land mammal (see Palaeoloxodon namadicus) of all time was the hornless rhino Paraceratherium. The largest individual known was estimated at 4.8 m (15.7 ft) tall at the shoulders, 7.4 m (24.3 ft) in length from nose to rump, and 17 t (18.7 short tons) in weight.

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WORLD'S 10 BIGGEST ANIMALS OF ALL TIME #Mind Warehouse ... we seem really teeny tiny compared to some huge animals. Today we are going to show you the 10 biggest animals in the history of our planet.

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Our world is full of creatures big and small, short and tall. Below the Sifter looks at 15 of the largest animals in the world, classified by various categories such as mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians etc. There’s an incredibly detailed list of some of the world’s largest organisms (including plants, fungi, bacteria, etc.) on Wikipedia, check it out if you enjoy lists as much as we do ...

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We all know that some of the biggest animals that have ever roamed the planet were dinosaurs. They arrived on the scene 235 million years ago and virtually ruled over the planet for 135 million years until they were wiped out 65 million years ago. They were extraordinary in every sense of the world and they amaze us, even to this day.

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The largest living animal in the world is the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus), a beast measuring upwards of 100 feet (30 meters) long. But enough about the whale. What is the largest bird ...

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Basilosaurus was once recognized as one of the largest known extinct cetaceans at 18 metres (59 ft) in length.. The largest fossil toothed whale was the Miocene whale Livyatan melvillei which was estimated to be 13.5–17.5 m (44–57 ft) in length. One notable feature of L. melvillei was its teeth which were 36 cm long and is unmatched by any other animal, extinct or alive.

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The biggest animals to ever roam the Earth... (HD - 01/2014) Watch the 2nd part: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9wlB3MLDLs FOLLOW THE HYBRID LIBRARIAN: Sub...

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This puts blue whales well above any known land mammal in terms of size. Most people believe that the largest animals to ever exist on Earth were the dinosaurs.However, one of the largest land dinosaurs, the sauropod Argentinosaurus, weighed only about 180,000 pounds (81,647 kg).That's little more than half the size of an adult blue whale.