10. Giant short-faced bear
Giant short-faced bear was one of the largest carnivorous mammals that reached 4.5 meters in height. They lived 14,000 years ago.
9. The Humongous Fungus
The fungus is known as Armillaria ostoyae and covers about 8.4 square kilometers in the Malheur National Forest in Oregon. This is mostly found underground.
Titanoboa lived almost 650-600 lakhs years ago and could reach 13 meters in length. While a living python can only reach up to 7.5 meters.
Rafflesia is the largest flower on this planet. The flower’s diameter is 40 inches.
6. Sequoia trees
These trees are the biggest living things present on this planet. They can grow up to 275 feet tall.
5. Giant deer
Giant deer appeared almost 20 lakhs years ago. They died because their huge horns made it impossible for them to move through dense branches in forest.
Quetzalcoatl was the biggest flying animal in the planet’s history that lived 650-680 lakhs years ago. Their wings were 12-15 meters.
3. The Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands that stretches for over 2,300 kilometres.
Argentavis is one of the largest birds in history that lived 50 to 80 lakhs years ago. The wings of this bird could reach 7 meters.
1. Blue whale
Blue whale is the largest animal living today. It reaches 33 meters in length and weighs 1 lakh kg. Currently, there are only 5000-8000 blue whales living.