Saturday, 5 January 2013

World Biggest Animals

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Animals may have a big place in humanity's heart, but, sometimes, the sheer size of the creatures that share this planet with us can be overwhelming, as evidenced by this week's news that a California man caught a 400-plus pound tuna off the coast of Baja California, Mexico. Inspired, we went in search of 11 other examples of ridiculously huge animals. Click on to see photos of the world's largest rodent, the largest (and scariest) spider, the world's biggest rabbit and more.
Pakicetus is a genus of extinct terrestrial carnivorous mammal of the family Pakicetidae which was endemic to Pakistan from the Eocene (55.8 ± 0.2—40 ± 0.1 Ma). Pakicetus existed for approximately 15.8 million years. Many paleontologists regard it as a close relative to the direct ancestors of modern day whales.
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals
World Biggest Animals

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