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White Rhinoceros:Just a bit smaller than the hippopotamus.
Tiger Shark:Can be nearly 6 meters long and typically feed on birds, turtles, seals, and even dolphins.
Sperm Whale:Can grow to over 20.5 meters.
Slender Snouted Gharial:Comparable to the saltwater crocodile, these reside primarily in Asia and due to their size, don't have any real predators.
Sawfish:Can grow to be nearly 7 meters long.
Saltwater Crocodile:Can grow to be over 6 meters long
Orca:A male orca's average size is 22 to 27 feet.
North Pacific Right Whale:North Pacific Right whales are very large and can reach from 15 to 18.3 m (49 to 60 ft) in length as adults.
King Cobra:Can grow to be nearly 6 meters in length.
Hippo:The Hippopotamus has an enormous grey barrel-shaped body that can measure up to five meters in length.
Great White Shark:Great Whites can grow to be over 6 meters long.
Giraffe:A giraffe can reach food sources nearly 6 meters off the ground.
Elephas Recki:Although long extinct, Elephas Recki stood at up to 15 feet in height this was at one point the tallest elephant species in the world.
Colossal Squid:One eye is measures larger than a human head.
Chinese Rat Snake:Can grow to nearly 5 meters in length.
At 30 meters long and up to 180 tonnes, this guy could swallow three school buses without even stretching.
Anaconda:One of the world’s longest snakes and almost certainly the heaviest. Although it’s size is often the most exaggerated in the animal kingdom they do grow to be up to 7 meters long.
American Alligator:The average size for an adult female American alligator is 8.2 feet (2.6 m), and the average size for a male is 11.2 feet (3.4 m).