The Blue Whale gives birth to the largest baby in the sea. On land it is of course the Elephant.
I'm guessing the Blue Whale but would have to look it up to be sure.
The largest of the animals, the blue whale, also has the largest baby. It weighs between two and three tons at birth, it is about 20 feet long and grows at the rate of 200 pounds a day. By way of comparison, a human mother is very proud to see her newborn baby take on one and a half ounces a day.
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Which Is The Biggest Animal In The World?
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Which is the largest mammal in the world?
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Which is the largest of living creatures?
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