What is the largest living thing in the world?
The world’s largest living thing is even bigger than a blue whale (which happens to be the largest animal living now).
Meet Armillaria ostoyae, or, as it’s nicknamed, the Humongous Fungus.
It’s an organism that covers 2,385 acres (almost 4 square miles) of the Malheur National Forest in Oregon.
What is the largest mammal to ever walk the earth?
For over a century, Paraceratherium – a 26-foot-long, 15 ton, hornless rhino – has been cited as the biggest of the big beasts. But, according to a new paper by Asier Larramendi, ancient elephants are in close competition for the title of the largest mammals to ever walk the Earth.
What is the largest predator on Earth?
A terrifying cross between Tyrannosaurus rex, a crocodile and a whale was the largest predator ever to walk the Earth – or swim in its rivers. Spinosaurus is the first dinosaur known to have been adapted to an aquatic lifestyle.
Photo in the article by “Wikipedia”