African elephants are the largest living land animals in the world. African bush elephant and African forest elephants are two species in the family. African bush elephants are the largest of all mammals on Earth. They are bigger and stronger than Asian elephants. African bush elephants can be 8-13 feet in height and weigh up to 7 tons.
Tigers are strongest and largest member of the cat family. They inhabit in swamps, rainforests and grass lands across Southeast Asia. There are ten ten recognized sub species of tiger in the world. Siberian tiger is the largest of the family. An adult Siberian tiger would measure 75-91 inches in length and up to 306 kg in weight.
Dung beetle develops such extraordinary strength through the unusual compete for mates. Dung beetles use their horns to fight with the potential rivals. Such fights help the dung beetles to improve their strength. As the name indicates the diverse group of dung beetle feed on the excrement of animals. They live on all continents except Antarctica.