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10 "World’s Largest" Records That Will Make You Cringe

Beetles and bats and cow skulls, oh my! There are some things that just make our skin crawl. Yet, what about seemingly “normal” objects that are beefed up to enormous proportions? There is definitely

Beetles and bats and cow skulls, oh my! There are some things that just make our skin crawl. Yet, what about seemingly “normal” objects that are beefed up to enormous proportions? There is definitely something cringe-inducing about a huge hamburger or a sky-high meat cleaver. This list includes some of the largest things in the world. Some of these items are living organisms, and others are common household objects. Others are things we would never want to see, even at their normal size, while other items on this list suddenly seem not so tame when blown up to gigantic proportions.

Many folks seem to adopt the adage of “bigger is better.” Yet, is that always the case? We certainly would not want to step on a Titan Beetle or find a Megabat flying around in the night sky. While Americans love their burgers, would they be willing to dig into one weighing over two thousand pounds? There is something about extra-large objects that makes us want to cower and hide. Even so, have fun taking a look at our list of 10 of the World's Largest Things That Will Make You Cringe. From bugs to belly button lint, these items will have you scratching your head or clutching your stomach.

10 World's Largest Hamburger

9 World's Largest Beetle

8 World's Largest Collection of Belly Button Lint

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7 World's Largest Tumor

6 World's Largest Boll Weevil Monument

5 World's Largest Cow Skull

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4 World's Largest Meat Cleaver

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3 World's Largest Underwear

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2 World's Largest Cootie

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1 World's Largest Bat

Yes, there is such a thing as a Megabat. These flying creatures can measure up to 3.5 pounds, and have a wingspan maxing out at 5.6 feet! Imagine one of these babies flying over your head. They also go by the name Flying Foxes. They encompass the tropical regions of the eastern Mediterranean and South Asia. Despite their scary name, Megabats eat a vegetarian diet. They have a great sense of smell, and rely on it to locate their food, since they do not use echolocation like other species of bats. Their large eyes give them keen eyesight in the twilight hours.

 

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