Largest animal on the earth now?

United States
December 12, 2006 4:02pm CST
Does anyone know the largest animal on earth? I think the blue whale is the largest in the ocean. What do you think?
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@ricky1209 (1677)
• India
24 Dec 06
on land its none other than elephant... on water its whale
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• United States
25 Dec 06
Thank you Ricky. I believe you are right. You get a + rating again. Thank you.
@kingadnan (1540)
• Pakistan
25 Dec 06
Yes i also agree with you, Blue Whale is Largest animal on Earth under water, THanks dude
• United States
25 Dec 06
What about the land dude? Thank you.
@kaniam (582)
• India
25 Dec 06
yes the blue whale
• United States
25 Dec 06
Right, and on land? Thank you.
• Philippines
17 Dec 06
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• United States
17 Dec 06
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@UPLANA (3159)
• India
17 Dec 06
yes !it"s definately blue whale!
• United States
17 Dec 06
Thank you, that is what I thought.
• United States
13 Dec 06
I think it is the blue whale too. The largest land animal is the African Elephant!
• United States
14 Dec 06
I thought it may be an elephant on land. Thanks so much for responding to my post.
@ru88en (2997)
• Philippines
12 Dec 06
I think it is still whell. Am I right?
• United States
12 Dec 06
It is the blue whale in the ocean. But, which is the biggest on land?
@bevanamit (645)
• India
25 Dec 06
yes the blue whale is the largest animal.
@14missy (3185)
• Australia
17 Dec 06
I think the largest animal on land is the elephant (or the giraffe if you are talking tallest) We have been on whale watching trips and seen the humpback whales up close. They travel to north queensland after giving birth to their young in the antarctic and during the summer the babies feed and play. They actually interact with the boats and appear to be quite cheeky going under boats and very curious! Beautiful creatures.