Biggest Mammals in The World
There are different types and species of animals all over the world. Mammals are a classification of these animals. They are animals which give birth to their young ones and feed them by the milk produced in their body. Mammals produce milk with the help of mammary glands in their body. They are also the animals which have hair in their body.
Mammals vary in their size and structure with respect to the change in locations, habitats etc. They also differ in sizes with the climatic conditions of different places. There are mammals in every parts of the world. There are mammals which can fly, which can live in land and the ones which can live in water. Animals which can survive in both land and water are termed as amphibians. The biggest among the mammals is the blue whale. They are found in oceans in some parts of the world. They are also ranked as the heaviest animal in the world. They weigh in the range of 110,000 kg to 190,000 kg. They also have a total average length of about 26 meters.
The other biggest mammals in the world are African elephants, eastern lowland gorilla, red kangaroo, southern elephant seal, hippopotamus, white rhinoceros, European hare, Indian elephants, giraffe, Javan rhinoceros etc. African elephants weigh about 4 to 7 tons and have a length of about 5 meters. Hippopotamus are animals which have a length of about 9 ft and weigh about 1.5 tons. Giraffes weigh about 1 ton and have a length of about 5 meters. There are both herbivorous and carnivorous animals among these animals. Whales, seal etc are carnivorous animals and giraffes, elephants etc are herbivorous animals. The size of different species of animals varies with locations. These are some of the biggest mammals that exist all around the world.