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19 Photos That Show The Incredible Range of Size Among Animal Species

Fish (not including sharks) - Paedocypris progenetica is the tiniest little fish at about 1 cm long. The ocean sunfish (or mola mola) averages 2200 pounds, but can get to over 5000 pounds and 14 feet across the fins.
Fish (not including sharks) - Paedocypris progenetica is the tiniest little fish at about 1 cm long. The ocean sunfish (or mola mola) averages 2200 pounds, but can get to over 5000 pounds and 14 feet across the fins.

Nature has a lot of variation in size. Like for instance, from the cute little monkey who’s a vegetarian and runs away from you to the huge baboon who’d rip your head off if you made the wrong move, they’re all monkeys (or primates, to be more precise). But since there are even family reunions where humans with the same last name, who allegedly share a large part of their genes, differ very much in height, why wouldn’t there be huge differences among animals belonging to the same species?

(Source: Distractify)



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