Have you seen recent reports about the Giant Squid circulating the social media platforms? Well, that’s not the first! Check out these photos and see for yourself. #7 will surely be a nightmare.
1. 5.5 Meter Crocodile
Adalaide, Australia July 2011 I can only imagine the shock, panic and scare this tourist felt when a giant saltwater crocodile leaped out of the water right next to the boat.
2. 3ft Long Coconut Crab
A species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab, ganjo crab or palm thief. For common individuals this is scary, but for chefs its a huge crab that is good for soup…
3. Giant Flemish
4. 1984lbs Giant Pig
China, Wafangdian 2009 – This pig is only 5 years old and had a waistline of 2.23 meters and a tusk of 14.4 centimeters. Heavy and scary!
5. Bismark Flying Fox
The great flying fox also known as Bismarck flying fox, is a species of megabat in the Pteropus genus and can be seen in Papua New Guinea and its neighboring islands. Seeing them in the morning looks fine but seeing them at night might make you think you’re being chased by a vampire!
6. Japanese Spider Crab
Grows up to 12 feet (3.8 meters) and 42 pounds (19 kilos) and can live up to 100 years. The crab was known to the Japanese for the serious injuries it can cause with its strong claws and because it is a delicacy as well.
7. Largest Anaconda
Reports of giant anacondas date back as far as the discovery of South America. It can swallow me whole and still be hungry!!
8. Goliath Tarantula
The goliath birdeater tarantula of South America is arguably the biggest spider in the world and the Goliath’s bite with its one-inch-long fangs can cause severe pain, nausea, and profuse sweating. This made me cringe!
9. Amazonian Giant Centipede
This giant centipede grows up to 30 centimeters (12 inches). The centipedes are extremely bad tempered, and its venoms can kill prey and cause toxic in the human body.
10. Nomura’s Jellyfish
A jellyfish that can grow up to 6.5 feet wide and weigh 440 pounds are poised to invade Japan. The new Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze river increased the amount of phosphorous and nitrogen in the waters off China and make them an ideal breeding ground for the Nomura’s Jellyfish.