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Comparison Matters (14 pics)

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  • 16 Sep, 2020  |
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These giant groundsels can only be found on Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.

1 Comparison Matters (14 pics)

"If this is the size of the bird’s feathers, you can only imagine its real size."


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"Bears are tiny little fluffs on TV, but huge in real life."


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“Never realized how big these blades for windmills really are.”


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"We’re pretty sure this truck could destroy anything in its way."


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"We should never be able to know what kind of fertilizer this woman put on this sunflower, otherwise, we’re doomed."



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"Now we know how our cat feels when sleeping on the couch."


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"We don’t know what’s more impressive: the size of the tree or the rocks surrounding it."


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“World’s tallest man, Robert Wadlow, of Alton, Illinois was 8’ 11’’ and weighed 490 pounds.”


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"The goal of this cactus was to reach the sky and it almost nailed it."


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"We sure don’t want to swim near a giant Whale Shark..."


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“The anchor from the Knock Nevis ULCC, the largest ship ever built.”


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"Yep, that tiny little white dot in this picture is a person."


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"If you’ve never seen a leaf bigger than a human being, this is it."



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