The Antarctic blue whale (Balaenoptera musculusssp. Intermediate) is the largest animal on the planet, weighing up to 400,000 pounds (about 33) and up to 98 feet in length.
Which is the biggest answer for mammals?
The largest and heaviest mammals are the world's blue whales that live on Earth. The blue whale is 100 feet long and weighs 200 tons. The only tongue of a blue whale is as heavy as an elephant.
What are the three largest mammals?
Elephants, mammoths, mastodons (proboscideans) The largest living terrestrial animal, the African elephant.
What are the largest mammals alive today?
The largest living animal in the world is the blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus), which is over 100 feet (30 meters) in length. But for whales it's enough.