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Top 10 Strongest Animals in the World

10. Hippopotamus

Hippos are one of the largest mammals at an enormous weight of 4,000 pounds. They are aggressive and, despite appearances, can reach up to 30 miles per hour relatively quickly. Do not fool yourself with their round look and vegetarianism. A threatened hippo is a dangerous killing machine, it aggressively attacks any creatures that it considers dangerous to themselves and others. A hippopotamus is as big as a rhinocéros and has powerful defense mechanisms which it never needs to hunt – for self-protection alone.

To chew plants that make up their diets, the hippo does not need especially strong jaws, but they still have them. The jaws of a hippo are extremely powerful and are a dangerous animal to take on. For instance, a hippo can bite half a crocodile or literally tear off a lion.

9. Crocodiles

The saltwater crocodile has the most powerful bite recorded from a living animal; 16,414N which is more than 3.5 times the previous marker, the spotted hyena.

In contrast, you could tear into a 150-200 psi steak (890 newtons). top put that into perspective, Hyenas, lions, and tigers produce approximately 1000 psi (4,450 newtons).

8. Jaguar

Jaguar is America’s biggest cat with an extremely powerful lifting strength.

They are the strongest of all cats by their size, enabling them to ship monstrous beasts – even crocodiles.

Pound for pound Jaguars is the strongest among all cats even higher than Lions or Tigers.

The data have shown that jaguars cannot compete in the form of pure power with tigers who are more than 25 percent stronger.

But the smaller felines are proportionally the strongest bite in any big cat.

7. Grizzly bear

The Grizzly bear can lift more than 500kg, which is 0.8 times its weight in terms of pure strength. A grizzly is of the same strength as 2.5 to 5 men. It’d be much, much higher if a bear were enraged. The grizzly weighs up to half a tonne, can run nearly 35 MPH, and can exert 1,200 PSI bite force.

6. Anaconda

Pound by pound, the anaconda is the biggest and most powerful snake in the world. In fact, this heavy reptile has headstrong muscles much thicker than any snake.

As they are heavy, anacondas are cumbersome and lenient on land, but they have more than makeup with pure power in the water, as they lack terrestrial quickness. And that’s why the massive snakes hunt deep within their watery realms mostly.

Once the anaconda is locked on prey, it strikes, bites her quarry with knife-like teeth, and wraps her prey with her thick muscular bands which embrace the victim, squeezing firmly, until it suffocates the victim. Any animal on the menu, regardless of its size or danger, can be.

The anaconda can kill prey that weighs up to a weight of 250 kg and its diet consists of wild pigs, birds, deer, turtles, and even jaguars.

5. Elephant

Elephants can hold up to 9,000 kilos, which in turn equates to approximate weights by 130 adult humans.

They are considered the strongest mammal and strongest land animal. The trunk of an elephant comprises more than 100,000 muscles, it’s so strong that it can uproot trees easily with one pull.

Elephants also collect roots, bathe, cool themselves, detect scents, and communicate with other elephants with their trunks. The sense of smell of an elephant is 100 times better than a dog because sensory organs extended all over the trunk. They can weigh up to 7,500 pounds in adult elephants and is usually between 220 and 440 pounds of vegetation a day.

4. Muskox

Musk ox’s wide, headstrong body, short legs with big, round hooves, and short tail are a symbol of brute physical power for a long time.

Both males and females Oxens have wide curved horns, which grow up throughout their lives.

The musk ox uses its large front hooves to break the ice and reach the water underneath.

Because of their incredible strength, Muskoxen are domesticated for heavy farming works where the animal can pull a weight above its own body weight.

They were used in the past to transport heavy cargo across the robust terrain.

3. Tiger

The strength of the tiger is mythical. The awesome capability of this cat to move a carcass several times louder than itself is told in many stories.

There is one account from Burma where a tiger dragged a Gaur bull of 770 kg away (1,697 lbs). The carcass of this large animal couldn’t be moved a single yard by thirteen men!

The tiger is a predator of the apex and has a very powerful bite force of about 1000 psi (4,450 newtons), enabling it to break the prey’s neck with a fatal bite.

Extremely risky prey like the Indian gaud, brown Ussuri bears, and sometimes even rhinos and young elephants have been known to be taken by almighty tigers.

Tigers were found to climb smooth-barked trees up to 10 meters in height as far as climbing capability is concerned.

The ability of the tiger to jump is well developed. You can save up to the length of 10 meters that goes way beyond the human long jump world record.

2. Eagle

One of the most astonishing sights of nature is an Eagle in full flight. The to catch his prey Bird of High altitudes is a supreme hunter, with its extraordinary speed and sharp eyesight.

Besides its incredibly sharp claws, the Eagle also has an impressive power to fly in his wings.

Eagles have been known to carry large prey beasts 4 times their own weight, making them the world’s most powerful birds.

The grip force of Bald Eagles is ten times greater than an adult human hand’s average grip. An Eagle Bald can exert up to four hundred pounds per inch force (psi). One eagle wing per pound is stronger than an airplane wing.

Most adults have long, wide wings to help them to glide and rise less stressfully.

Wide wings can hold a bird longer than narrow wings in the air at low speeds.

1. Gorillas

Even if combined you and me decided to fight an adult male gorilla, the task would be simply a run for our money. The silverbacks, in fact, can lift or throw up to 815 kg, more than 20 adult humans, whilst well-trained powerlifters can only lift up to 400 kgs. Every adult gorilla can lift up to 450 kg, with an average of 200 kg in body size.

A single bite from Gorilla can seriously damage as Gorillas have large canines that are incomparable to carnivores like lions and crocodiles.

A bite of a gorilla may exert about 1300 kilograms per square inch, much higher than the predatory 650 kilograms per square inch of a lion.

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