Thursday, 3 January 2013

World s Biggest Animals

World s Biggest Animals Detail
Africa does things big and this snail is no exception. Found in parts of East Africa, it can reach up to 8 inches in length.
Originally found in South and Central America the cane toad is considered a nuisance to Australia's natural wildlife and has few predators because of its toxic skin.
The largest and most definitely slimiest salamander in the world, it can grow up to 6 ft in length and is nearly blind.
Found only (thankfully) on a small island off the coast of New Zealand, this cricket is large enough to devour a carrot.
Believed to be the largest croc ever caught, this mammoth 21 footer was captured alive after a three week hunt. Amazingly it wasn't exterminated.
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals
World s Biggest Animals

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