What Is the Heaviest Animal in the World?

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The blue whale is ranked by scientists as the heaviest animal on earth. This whale has the capability to grow up to 190,000 kg. It is closely followed by the whale shark at between 11,800 and 36,000 kg, and the African elephant at 5,000 kg.
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The world largest and heaviest animal is the Blue whale weighing in at 418,878 lbs (190,000 kg)
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The Blue Whale is the world's heaviest animal. It weighs 418,878 ponds. Thank
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A Blue whale which can weigh up to 200 tons. Source(s) http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/blue-whale/.
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Blue whales are the heaviest animals in the world. Followed by the other whales. On land the heaviest animal is the African elephant. It would be followed by Hippo's and Rhino's.
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