What is the largest mammal in the world?

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The Blue Whale is the largest mammal to ever inhabit the earth, measuring up to 105 feet and weighing as much as 200 tons.
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The largest mammal in the world is the Blue whale. The largest land animal is the African elephant, so it depends on what you are looking for.
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The blue whale is the largest mammal in the world. The largest land mammal is the elephant (followed closely by the hippopotamus)
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The Blue Whale. And yes, it is a mammal. Source(s) SJ.
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The blue whale is the biggest animal in recorded history. Its heart is estimated to be the size of a small car, and the blue whale's tongue weighs the equivalent of an elephant. Even a newborn blue whale weighs up to 3 tons and measures approximately 25 feet in length.

The spray from a blue whale's blowhole can reach up to 30 feet into the atmosphere.

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