Added on: 25th May 2015
Growing to nearly 6 metres in length it’s the largest venomous snake
in the world. The name seems appropriate.
Undoubtedly the tallest living creature in the world, a giraffe can
reach food sources nearly 6 metres off the ground.
You’ve probably noticed that this list is heavily populated with sharped
toothed reptiles and we are here to reinforce that notion. The Nile
Crocodile is often said to be the second largest crocodilian in the world
after the saltwater crocodile.
GREAT WHITE SHARK
One of the most feared predators in the world thanks to Hollywood,
Great Whites can grow to be over 6 metres long and yes, they have
been known to attack humans, boats, and basically anything
else that floats.
Growing to be over 6 metres long, this breed of crocodile is as big
as it gets…and as dangerous too.
SOUTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL
Though seals may look cute in the magazines, the Southern Elephant Seal
may not be the cuddliest creature in the world, especially if you consider
the fact that it is almost exclusively carnivorous.
Comparable to the saltwater crocodile, this species resides primarily in
Asia and due to its size doesn’t have any real predators.
Living up to 120 years these interesting looking creatures can grow
to be nearly 7 metres in length.