Thursday, 3 January 2013

Worlds Largest Animals

Worlds Largest Animals Detail
Giraffes are tall because their favourite snack is the rather thorny acacia tree. So they use their long, flexible necks to reach the young thornless leaves at the very top. The tallest giraffe on record was 19 feet high - more than five feet higher than a double decker bus.
When you’re in the wild, kneeling down to drink can be dangerous, even for a 10 ton elephant. Which is why nature blessed them with a multi-purpose 7 foot, 28 stone honker. An elephant can use its trunk to suck 3 gallons of water; kill a lion with one swipe or pick up a single grain of rice.
 This honour belongs to the Narwhal, which is a type of whale. This impressive sea creature possesses an extremely long horn which is technically an overgrown left tooth! Over ten feet in length, they are used for showmanship, courtship and oceanic sword-fights!
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals
Worlds Largest Animals

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