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Why do other animals bother competing when blue whales already achieved the maximum potential for Earth biology?
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Mogged
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>Washes up on a beach and then explodes

Maximun potential....heh
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>>3112024
Full potential organisms decide when to die, like when they grow weary of perfection or want to transcend to a higher plane of being.
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>>3111997

>Biggest=best
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>>3113601
>posting wojaks
>>>/v/
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Sperm whales are far more majestic and inspiring.
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>>3113603

Does it even matter when the thread's already stupid to begin w/?
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>>3113626
At least it's about animals.
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The tongue of a blue whale weighs as much as an elephant.
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Actually crocs did achieve the maximum potential
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Isn't some underground fungus actually the largest organism on the planet?
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>>3113818
No that's pando
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>>3111997
this is such a retarded chart
a 4 engine jet is like 250 feet long
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>>3111997
Haha, have fun dying and exploding, faggot
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>>3113818
>>3113822
this,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20SRMtweyP0
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>>3113839
"The longest airliner in scheduled commercial service is the Boeing 747–8 which measures 250 ft., 2 inches, followed by the Airbus A340–600 at 247 ft., 3 inches. The longest military aircraft in present service is the Lockheed C-5 Galaxy coming in at 247 ft., 1 inch."
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Elephants can swim, Blue whales can't come on land.

But Elephants have large ears and Blue Whales can make stupid loud noise...

Elephants are cool when Blue Whales scare me, but I stay out of the water because the water sucks.

Dunno, maybe Blue Whales have more balls for going into the ocean but I'm giving it to Elephants because they're cool as fuck and Blue Whales I don't like.
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>>3113893

Underrated
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There’s dinosaurs bigger than blue whales.
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>>3114073
Name one
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Very big animal
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>>3113626
Yes, this thread >>>>>>> wojaks
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>>3113839
>>3113909
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>>3113608
Heh heh
Sperm
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>>3114257
Not so big now are you whale cunt
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>>3114265
>He's never ready Moby-Dick.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spermaceti
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>>3114257
nah, it can get to 30 and a few meters, so more like 3 buses
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>>3116286
Found the special needs short bus rider
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>>3116408
You meatbags can't compete.
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>>3116408
The human is like 9' tall in this pic
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>>3116423
At least you tried tree.

"Here's a map showing just how big the Humongous Fungus, highlighted in red, is compared to other, less humongous Armillaria (in yellow).

It's an organism that covers 2,385 acres (almost 4 square miles) of the Malheur National Forest in Oregon."
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>>3113839

That's a Boeing 707 from the 1960s. 153' long
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>>3116852
>Heyyy Vsauce
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>>3111997
tick tock mammals tick tock https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfDrmTzbLSM&t=
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>>3111997
>lives in the ocean
>can't enjoy the beach
fuck y'all whales



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