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28 facts tagged with Size Facts
Thumbelina, the smallest horse in the world, is about the size of a dog.
World's Tallest Dog
Zeus, a Great Dane, was crowned the world's tallest dog in 2012. Measuring a whopping 1.11 meters (3'8") from shoulder to foot, he stood at an amazing 2.2 meters (7'3") in height on his hind legs.
Olympus Mons, on the planet Mars, is the tallest volcano in the Solar System at a height of 14 miles. It is nearly 3 times the height of Mount Everest.
The Pudu deer is the world’s smallest deer. They live in bamboo thickets to hide from predators, and can weigh up to 12 kilograms.
Giant River Otter
Giant river otters still exist in three remote river systems in South America. They can grow to almost 6 feet in length, hunt in packs, and even take on caimans.
One of the largest manta rays ever caught was by Capt. A.L. Kahn in 1933 off Brielle. It weighed over 5,000 pounds and was over 20 feet wide.
There are more people living in London (8.3m) than the whole of Denmark (5.6m).
A single speck of dust is half way in size between a subatomic particle and the Earth.