It was originally published on January 1, 2018. In a battle royale for Most Powerful Animal, a red kangaroo might take the martial-arts belt, thanks to a bone-shattering kick that delivers 759 pounds of force. Evolution has nudged wild creatures to hone their blows, bites, and brute strength for survival.
An anaconda snake can squeeze something the same as its own 250kg body weight to death.
In brute strength, elephants are the strongest mammals and the strongest land animals. African elephants can weigh up to 6,350kg and they can carry up to 9,000kg, the weight of 130 adult humans. Read More
There’s a reason for the popular sayig “as strong as an ox”! An ox can pull and carry something 900kg, 1.5 times its body weight across rugged terrain.
A tiger can carry something 550kg, twice its own body weight ten feet up a tree. Read More
An eagle is the strongest bird, able to lift something four times its own body weight during flight.
A gorilla can lift something 2,000kg (as heavy as 30 humans), over 10 times their body weight.
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