10. Kodiak Bear, up to 1800 lbs
Male Kodiak bear has a height up to 10 ft and weigh between 1500 to 1800 lbs, the female bears measure 20 – 30 percent smaller than males.
9. Crocodile, up to 2300 lbs
The length of an adult crocodile ranges between 6 and 25 ft and has weight up to 2300 lbs.
8. Asian Guar, up to 2500 lbs
Has a body length between 2.5 and 3.5 meters and weighs up to 2500 lbs.
7. Giraffe, up to 3500 lbs
Are the tallest mammals in the world.
Found in large numbers in South Africa. They measure up to 20 feet in height and weigh between 2800 and 3500 lbs.
6. Hippopotamus, up to 7500 lbs
They are native to South Africa. An adult hippopotamus weighs up to 7500 lbs.
5. White Rhinoceros, up to 7800 lbs
They found in different regions across Africa.
Have a body length up to 4 meters and weigh between 3600 to 7800 lbs.
4. Asian Elephant, up to 11000 lbs
An adult Asian elephant weighs up to 11000 lbs and has a height of 3.5 meters.
3. African Elephant, up to 14000 lbs
An adult African elephant can weigh to 14000 lbs and up to 4 meters in height.
2. Whale Shark ,up to 40000 lbs
Whale sharks are the largest fish in the sea that having a length of 12 meters and a weight up to 40000 lbs.
1. Blue Whale, up to 410000 lbs
The blue whale is the largest known species of animal ever lived on Earth.
Has a body length of 30 meters and a weight up to 200 tons.