- 1 organism
- 2 largest living organisms 2.1 largest aquatic animals 2.2 the largest animals on land 2.3 largest birds 2.4 largest butterfly 2.5 largest rodent 2.6 largest fish 2.7 largest mammals baghouse 2.8 largest lizards 2.9 largest frogs 2.10 biggest bat
- 2.1 largest aquatic animals
- 2.2 the largest animals on land
- 2.3 largest birds
- 2.4 largest butterfly
- 2.5 largest rodent
- 2.6 largest fish
- 2.7 largest mammals baghouse
- 2.8 largest lizards
- 2.9 largest frogs
- 2.10 biggest bat
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The organism is any creature it shows all the characteristics of living things that distinguish them from creatures live, they breathe, and they feed to get the necessary energy, and you can get rid of waste and toxins, as they grow thus increasing the size and number of its constituent cells, and reproduce produces new individuals, as well as for their ability to sense and respond to different stimuli such as light, temperature, water, gravity, and chemicals, and all living organisms move even those that can not distinguish the mechanism of movement, such as plants. 
All living organisms belong in accordance with the modern classification system to six kingdoms, namely: 
- Ancient bacteria (in English: Archaebacteria).
- Real bacteria (in English: Eubacteria).
- Protists (in English: Protista).
- Fungi (English: Fungi).
- Plants (in English: Plantae).
- Animals (in English: Animalia).
The largest living organisms
The General Sherman tree (in English: General Sherman) in the National Park sequoia largest living organisms at all, belong to this tree trees Sequoia giant, Qatar, with a base of 31 meters, the total estimated weight of 6167 tons, and the length amounts to 83 meters, and despite the presence of trees Sequoia longer ones, but the size is less than the size of General Sherman tree. Alsquia trees belong to the species Alsroeh, so they are evergreen, have a pyramid shape, the color of the bark fibrous reddish-brown, which is resistant to fires that occur naturally needed to open up the cones, her squamous leaves are roughly parallel to the branches. 
The largest aquatic animals
The blue whale's largest whales, the largest also animals, and a length of approximately 30 meters, and the weight Faisal to 180 metric tons, and can imagine how the magnitude of the blue whale if we know that the weight of the tongue is equal to the weight of an elephant, and it must be dealt with 4.8 tons of plankton per day to be able to survive. Blue whale belongs to the whale baleen he owns 320 pairs of baleen plates instead of teeth, and uses these plates to filter plankton that feeds them. Pisces can speed up the blue to approximately 32 kilometers per hour when needed, but it usually moves quickly 8 km per hour. Blue whales communicate with each other by issuing a set of disparate voices, which can be heard by other whales away by approximately 1600 km. Breathing air blue whale air when ascending to the surface of the water using a pair of jetting holes that exist near the top of his head, and exhale when the air comes out in the form of a spray can rise up to (12-15) meters above the water surface. 
The largest animals on land
The African elephant's largest animals that live on land, as it reaches a height of between (2.5-4) meters, and weighs between (2268-6350) kg and is thus the largest of the Asian elephant, which grows to the height between (2-3) meters, The weight ranges between (2041 - 4990) kg, proportional to the size of the elephant with the amount of food covered, elephant could be dealt with 136 kg of herbs, roots, fruits, and the bark of trees. Elephants live within groups composed of mothers and their young, and leads the group of female older, which functions teach young elephants good behavior, such as to greet the other elephants extended Khartoum, while the adult males Vttjol away from the female group. Young breed elephants after a gestation period of approximately 22 months, weighing 91 kg at birth, and weaned after 2-3 years, up to the age of puberty, after 13-20 years, and can live from 30 to 50 years old in the wild. 
The largest bird
The Albatross Mobile (scientific name: Diomedea exulans) the largest bird of currently live birds, with the distance between the wings (3.5 meters), and this is equal to half the distance between the two wings of a bird Extinct named scientific (Pelagornis sandersi), the heaviest bird is a bird ostrich which The average weight (111 kg). 
The largest butterfly
The butterfly wing bird Queen Alexandra (scientific name: Ornithoptera alexandrae) the largest butterfly alive, as the distance between the two wings of females with brown color ranging from 28 to 31 centimeters, the males, which combine color blue, yellow, black, green, shall be smaller the distance between the size ranges between wingspan (17-19 cm), one of the rare butterflies, so listed by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) endangered object. 
The largest rodent
Water is a pig or Alcabebara (scientific name: Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris), who lives in South and Central America's largest rodent, with a length ranging from 100 to 130 centimeters, the height at the shoulder Faisal to 50 centimeters, and the weight ranges between 27 to 79 kg by sex. 
The whale shark (scientific name: Rhincodon typus) are the largest species of fish, a shark species that live in the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific, Indian, and can reach a length of 12 meters, and weighs 20.6 tons. Fed whale sharks such as whales by food filter, and can be hunted; As attached in the nets of fishermen, or die when colliding with navy ships it tabled the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as an animal is threatened with extinction. 
The largest mammals baghouse
The red kangaroo (scientific name: Macropus rufus) larger mammals baghouse or follicular live in the world, and the length of his body to 1.6 meters below the tail calculate which reaches a length of approximately meters, while the weight Faisal to approximately 90 kg, which is equal to less than half the weight of kangaroos extinct since 15 thousand years known as Engr giant with a small face (scientific name: Procoptodon goliah), which was weighing up to 240 kg, the largest marsupials at all he is an animal named scientific Diprotodon optatum has been extinct since 25 thousand years and was weighing up to 2800 kg. 
The largest lizards
The Komodo dragon (scientific name: Varanus komodoensis) The largest living lizards in the world, with a male length of three meters, and weighs about (90 kg), while the total length of females (1.8 meters), feed these huge lizards on the pigs, water buffalo, deer, known these lizards also their ability to prey on humans, characterized by fast movement, sense Abesargidh, and a strong sense of smell. 
The largest frogs
The goliath frog (scientific name: Conraua goliath) the largest frogs in the world, it can be more than a length of 32 centimeters and can weigh more than (3.3 kg). Can this huge frog that jumps up so that the length of his jump to three meters, and is distinct from the rest of the frogs as a silent frog does not issue him croak. 
The largest bat
The bat encased in gold, or golden-crowned bat (scientific name: Acerodon jubatus), which belongs to the type of bats called flying foxes, the largest bat species; It is almost the distance between the wings of up to (1.7 meters), while the weight amounts (1.2 kg). The original home of this bat Philippines, one of the animals exposed to danger because of overfishing, and the loss of their natural habitat. 
- ↑ "Characteristics and classification of living organisms", assets.cambridge.org, Page: 3, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Regina Bailey (24-7-2017), "Six Kingdoms of Life"، www.thoughtco.com, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Giant sequoia", www.britannica.com, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Katharine Gammon (9-10-2012), "What's the World's Largest Whale?"، www.livescience.com, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Alina Bradford (25-9-2014), "Facts About Elephants | African Elephants & Asian Elephants"، www.livescience.com, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
- ^ أ ب ت ث ج ح خ Laura Gegge (6-5-2017), "15 of the Largest Animals of Their Kind on Earth"، www.livescience.com, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Capybara", animals.sandiegozoo.org, Retrieved 11-3-2018. Edited.
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