25 Heaviest Things in the World A Statue Weighing as Much as 100 Houses

Date: 2020-01-11 17:00:02


A new couch I need to get through the front door, a suitcase I packed for a weekend getaway filled with stuff I might need… just in case! This is my idea of the top heaviest things ever. But it’s a big world out there filled with plenty of record-breaking giants!

From pumpkins and crayons to cruise ships, buildings and the Great Pyramids. Let’s see how heavy the heaviest things in the world really are, in measurements you can all imagine, like animals and famous constructions.

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The heaviest crayon 0:20
The heaviest pumpkin 0:42
The heaviest book 1:02
The most massive light bulb 1:19
African elephants 1:46
The world’s largest walking robot 2:02
The heaviest limo in the world 2:17
The heaviest meteorite ever found on Earth 2:33
The heaviest bell 2:56
The largest creature – the blue whale 3:11
The heaviest computer 3:31
The largest boulder to have been transported 3:49
The Antonov An-225 Mriya cargo aircraft 4:14
The Large Hadron Collider 4:40
The largest tree in the world 4:59
The most powerful rocket ever made 5:24
The largest statue 5:50
The heaviest obelisk 6:13
The heaviest train 6:43
The largest and heaviest cruise ship 7:04
The heaviest building on this planet 7:29
The greatest of the three Great Pyramids of Giza 7:51
The largest hydropower project in the world 8:09
The Great Wall of China 8:23

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-The heaviest crayon ever made was registered by Guinness World Records in New York and was 17 ft long and weighed 1,500 lb.
-The 2,600-lb heavyweight champion of pumpkins weighed over a ton.
-“Buddha and his Dhamma” in Agra, India is the heaviest book in the world, tipping the scales at 4,400 lb.
-The 17,600-lb giant light bulb stands on top of a 12-story tower in New Jersey.
-The largest African elephant ever was weighing 24,000 lb and standing 13 ft tall.
-Also weighing in at 24,000 lb is the world’s largest walking robot that was a huge fire-breathing dragon.
-Midnight Rider is the heaviest limo in the world, weighing over 50,500 lb.
-In 1920, a farmer in Namibia happened to come across the 145,000-lb meteorite while plowing a field.
-The giant Bell of Good Luck weighs 254,000 lb, as much as 18 Tyrannosaurus rexes put together.
-The most massive of blue whales weighs around 440,000 lb, as much as a single-story house.
-The 550,000-lb SAGE computer was a whole system of connected supercomputers in more than 20 different locations in the US.
-Heaviest museum exhibit was an outdoor installation called Levitated Mass at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
-The Antonov An-225 Mriya cargo aircraft is the largest ever built.
-The Large Hadron Collider is the largest scientific experiment ever that weighs 4 million lb.
-The largest tree in the world, who also goes by General Sherman, lives in the Sequoia National Park in California and weighs 4 million lb.
-Saturn V, which is now enjoying retirement at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, weighs almost 7 million lb.
-The Spring Temple Buddha is the largest statue in the world weighing 36 million lb.
-It took 36 years to finish the 160-million-lb Washington Monument, the heaviest obelisk in the world.
-The true heavyweight among them was a train with iron ore that was 4.5 miles long and weighed nearly 200 million lb.
-The largest and heaviest cruise ship in the world, Symphony of the Seas, weighs just over half a billion pounds.
-The Palace of the Parliament in Romania is the heaviest of all buildings on this planet at 1.5 billion lb.
-The greatest of the three Great Pyramids of Giza, at least when it comes to mass, is the Pyramid of Pharaoh Khufu.
-Three Gorges Dam, the largest hydropower project in the world, weighs more than 20 billion pounds.
-The Great Wall of China stretches for 13,000 miles and weighs over 116 billion pounds.

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