31 Things That Are Much Bigger Than You Probably Expected

#1 Patrick The Wombat

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#2 Giant Leatherback Sea Turtle – Leatherback is the largest of all living turtles weighing about 250 to 700 kg.

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#3 Giant African Land Snail

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#4 Now You Know The Difference Between Million And A Billion

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#5 Size Of A Blue Whales Heart

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#6 One million Earths: A visual representation of how many Earths could fit inside the sun

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#7 100 Year Difference, MS Allure of the Seas vs RMS Titanic

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#8 Quetzalcoatlus northropi model next to a 1.8m man. The largest known flying animal ever exist.

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#9 Fully inflated horse lungs

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#10 Size Of The Great Pyramid of Giza

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#11 Eagle talon vs. Human hand

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#12 Wolf size compared to Coyotes

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#13 Holy Shiite Muslim, That’s a Damn Big Moose!!

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#14 A bus, for size

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#15 Salt water croc is an absolute unit.

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#16 Traffic Light

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#17 If Moon Is Replaced With Saturn

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#18 Size Of Michelangelo’s David

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#19 One of the props that were used for the close-ups in the LOTR movies.

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#20 12:01 AM thought: those green road signs are huge. look how big they are compared to people. crazy huh

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#21 General Sherman, the largest tree in the world

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#22 Size Of Blue Whale Compared To A Human

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#23 Wind Turbine Blade

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#24 7.5 Foot Yao Ming And 7 Foot Lauri Markkanen

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#25 780lb wild boar skull compared to adult wolf.

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#26 800 Pounds Gorilla

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#27 North American Compared To The Moon

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#28 The size of this 400,000 Volt underground cable compared to my hand

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#29 Bear claws next to human hand

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#30 A 20-foot-wide Manta Ray that almost took out a boat when it got caught in the anchor line. If you look at the captain, you’ll be able to see the manta ray’s pup in his hands.

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#31 Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko Relative to Downtown Los Angeles

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