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Move over Giant George - this could be the new world's biggest dog

This absolutely mahoosive Great Dane could soon be handed the vacant title of world’s biggest dog. No challenger has stepped up to the plate to succeed the previous world’s largest dog, Giant George, who died three years ago. But soon it could be three-year-old Major, who is 7ft 1in tall and measures 41 inches from his paw to his shoulder.

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from Mail Online

Imagine taking him for walkies! George the Great Dane is 7ft long, weighs 18st and is the world's biggest dog... but he's terrified of chihuahuas

George the Great Dane is 7ft long, weighs 18st and is the world's biggest dog... but he's terrified of chihuahuas

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from BBC Nature

The 100 most distinct and rare birds

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from MNN - Mother Nature Network

9 of the world's largest dog breeds

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from Top 10 Dog Pictures

The Great Dane

Top 5 World’s Largest Dog Breeds The Great Dane is one of the world's tallest dog breeds. The world record holder for tallest dog was a Great Dane called Zeus who measured 112 cm (44 in) from paw to shoulder.Their large size belies their friendly nature,

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Scottish Wildcat. What a gorgeous pair of jade green eyes! Could this guy tear into a fish??? http://www.thesterlingsilver.com/product/ray-ban-cats-5000-aviator-sunglasses-brown-71051-light-havana/

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from Mail Online

The world's tallest horse meets the world's smallest

Radar, at 6 ft. 7 1/2 in. from hoof to shoulder, is from Mount Pleasant, Texas. At 2,400 lb., he has a giant appetite to match, putting away 20 gallons of water a day and 18 lb. of grain.

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from UK Cat Breeders

Maine Coon Cat Breed Profile

What a gorgeous cat. Maine Coon cats are one of my favourites!

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from Mail Online

Meet 'Giant George' the 7ft-long blue great dane who could be the world's tallest dog

What dog not to get - the 7ft Great Dane! (although I do love great danes, they are just too big for me).

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from HubPages

Biggest Animals in the World

Herman—a giant German rabbit—may be the world’s largest rabbit, tipping the scale at over 17 pounds.

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