20+ Photos Proving That Size Can Be Very Relative

3 years ago

There are many things that shock us with their size. For example, the heart of the blue whale, the biggest mammal in the world, weighs around 400 lb and can grow to be up to 5 feet long. Such facts are nice to read about but they’re way more fascinating to see with our own eyes.

We at Bright Side think that the world is amazing in its diversity and today we want to share a compilation of some of the smallest and biggest things we’ve been able to find.

These giant mutant strawberries

“One of our chickens laid a monster egg today.”

This baby praying mantis

One of the smallest phones in the world, the GTstar BM50 is just 74.4 mm.

A Dachshund and a teenage Maine Coon

“It hailed last night.”

Have you ever seen mini coconuts?

Holorusia mikado mosquitos can have a wingspan of 4 inches.

A giant screw

A white shark and a human

A blue whale heart weighs around 400 lb and can be up to 5 feet long.

A huge clover found in Mineral, Washington

A tremendous amount of good boy!

An absolute unit of a sweet potato

“Did you guys know how big a cactus can get? That’s me at the bottom.”

Dwayne Johnson (6’5″) with one of the tallest basketball players in the world, Sun Mingming (7’7″)

Baby octopus

“This dude does not want to pupate. I think he’s enjoying being a caterpillar too much. All he wants to do is eat and he’s gotten enormous.”

A baby panda that is a little over a month old

Which of these photos amazed you the most? Share your impressions in the comment section below!

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I am very glad Holirusia Mikado mosquitos are NOT real mozzies, could you imagine how itchy it would be, plus you would probably need a blood transfusion if something that size bit you. ?????


I recently used an old phone, of course not as small as that one, but man it's crazy how those used to be the standard


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