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    Which animal is most tallest in world?

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    hector5559

    What noise do Gyaffas make Ted ,ie bark,pere,howl,??????
    Ducky

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    They quack hector.
    hector5559

    you sure Miss Ducky?????
    Ducky

    Moderator
    Um...pretty sure. :)
    hector5559

    yea pull the other one,
    ROMOS

    The other what?
    hector5559

    its an old English saying Ted, When someone is kidding you,or in this case me,
    charulatha

    thanks for answer!
    charulatha

    Are you sure this animal is most tallest in the world?check you answer!
    Ducky

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    ROMOS..As in "Are you pulling my leg"? (teasing me).
    ROMOS

    He's yanking my chain my feathered friend, he knows I know!
    Ducky

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    Ah, chains, legs..."Someone" is trying to get to us and he knows who he is! We'll get him back. :(

    I'm looking into this, but for now, this website has some amazing photos of some of the biggest of its kind:   http://www.heavy.com/action/action-photos/2012/09/the-20-largest-animals-in-the-world/   


    It appears there are some elephants that are taller than a giraffe (surprises me, too).  If you were to count LENGTH as height, which is what I think you are actually looking for (length and/or height), the blue whale exceeds everybody:  Here is some info from WIKIPEDIA:


    A member of the order Cetacea, the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus), is believed to be the largest animal ever to have lived. The maximum recorded weight was 190 tonnes[1] for a specimen measuring 30 metres (98 ft), while longer ones, up to 33.4 metres (110 ft), have been recorded but not weighed.[2]


    The African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana), of the order Proboscidea, is the largest living land animal. A native of various open habitats in sub-Saharan Africa, this elephant is born commonly weighing about 100 kilograms (220 lb).[citation needed] The largest elephant ever recorded was shot inAngola in 1974. It was a male measuring 10.7 metres (35 ft) from trunk to tail and 4.2 metres (14 ft) lying on its side in a projected line from the highest point of the shoulder to the base of the forefoot, indicating a standing shoulder height of 4.0 metres (13.1 ft).[2]


    <dl><dt> The heaviest living animals are all cetaceans, and thus also the largest living mammals. Since no scale can accommodate the whole body of a large whale, most whales have been weighed by parts.</dt></dl>

     I deleted the tables, as they didn't post as tables.  




             

    i will go for the geeraffe mate, as you said tallest,,and tallist to me means height standing..........................



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