Have you ever found yourself wondering what the largest species of animals around the globe were- and just how enormous they are? We count 10 giant animals you won’t believe exist today!
Giant Gippsland Earthworm
Earthworms are quite grotty. The average earthworm is about a metre in length but these ones can grow three times longer and be about three inches in diameter. They can easily be confused for an adult snake. You won’t come across these creepy crawlers often, they only exists deep in the wild around Sumaco volcano.
Giant Freshwater Stingray
Stingrays are dangerous enough, but when you bump into one that’s more than four metres long and weighs half a tonne, then you my friend will have a big problem. These creatures are found in the deep sea and most divers were protective clothing in case they bump into one or any other of the dangerous creatures that live in the waters. They have one of the nastiest venoms in the world.
Japanese Spider Crab
The largest crab in the world and also the most expensive. It is almost four metres long when stretched out from claw to claw. They weigh triple the size of a regular crab but it is very unlikely to come across any as they live far below the water surface. To get one you’ll have to go fishing specifically for them. They need special equipment as their sharp claws can cause nasty injuries, but, it seems as though they are tasty enough to be worth the risk.
The Goliath frog is the world’s largest frog. It is able to grow up to 32 centimetres in length and can weigh up to four kilograms. They can only be found along the equator of Westen Africa.These creatures aren’t dangerous and can live up to the age of 21 when in captivity. They die young in the wild as they fall prey to giant lizards and crocodiles there.
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