Strongest Kick: Zebra – Kicks with About 3,000 Pounds of Force. Between the well-known force behind the kick of a red kangaroo and a giraffe, you might be surprised to read that the zebra beats them both. When threatened, an adult zebra can kill a fully grown male African lion with a single blow to the body.
In brute strength, elephants are the strongest mammals and the strongest land animals.
Last but not least on the top 10 strongest animals in the world list is the dung beetle, the strongest animal in the world. Much like rhino beetles, they are found on every continent in the world, bar Antarctica.
Which animal can you beat in a fight? The weakest animal you could beat in a fight is a rat or cat (around 70%) while the strongest animal you could beat is a grizzly bear, lion, elephant, or gorilla (around 3%). The other animals include goose, dog, eagle, chimpanzee, cobra, kangaroo, wolf, and crocodile.
Experts say males would stand little chance against chimpanzees, which are four times stronger than humans because of their denser muscle fibre. The animals are also surprisingly quick and aggressive. Jan Garen, the owner of Wales Ape and Monkey Sanctuary, said: "A man would stand no chance at all.
CHIMPANZEES. RECKONED to be the most-intelligent animals on the planet, chimps can manipulate the environment and their surroundings to help themselves and their community. They can work out how to use things as tools to get things done faster, and they have outsmarted people many a time.
These animals have been described in the Guinness Book of Records as the "most fearless animal in the world" A pair of honey badgers take on a pride of lions. It is not for nothing that the honey badger has earned the reputation of being the most fearless animal in the world.
Almost every living creature on the planet has at least the strength to support its own body and move around. One exception to this is the jellyfish that is one of the weakest animals. Have you ever seen a jellyfish washed up on the beach? Its body or bell becomes flattened with no water to support it.
And the strongest known bite force of the entire animal kingdom is…. The Crocodile -- specifically, the Saltwater Crocodile (the highest recorded “live” bite of 3700 PSI) and the Nile Crocodile (estimated 4000-5000 PSI)!
In fact, a red kangaroo can deliver an incredible 759 pounds of force with a single kick! As well as being able to inflict serious damage with their kicks, buff kangaroos have been known to crush metal with their bare hands, which is seriously impressive. They also have a punch force of about 275 pounds.
The giant palm salamander - whose tongue explodes outward with more instantaneous power than any known vertebrate muscle - is stronger than any other animal in the world, according to scientists.
Humpback Whale Tail. The strongest muscle in the animal kingdom.
Most land mammals and birds, many reptiles and some amphibians have femurs. In animals with four legs the femur is only found in the hind limbs (indicated by the arrows). The femur is the strongest bone in the body, and it is the longest bone in the human body.
Chimpanzees can learn sign language to communicate with humans. Topping our list of smartest animals is another great ape, the chimpanzee. The impressive intellectual abilities of this animal have long fascinated humans.
Koalas have the smallest brains of any known mammals, and their behavior can be compared to someone who is high.
According to The Intelligence of Dogs, which ranks 131 dog breeds in terms of their relative intelligence, the border collie is the smartest dog breed known to man.
Although tigers are at the top of the food chain and do not have a direct predator, they may be afraid of some animals. They commonly feel threatened by lions, bears, elephants, rhinos, hyenas, hippos, crocodiles and buffalo.
Big cats like leopards and panthers sometimes kill and eat these big reptiles. Large snakes can also do a lot of damage to alligators and crocodiles.
Bears have better senses than crocodiles, and they are stronger overall than crocodiles. Also, bears are faster on land than crocodiles. Both creatures rely on their bites to finish off enemies. Of course, their bodies are very different as well.
Why tardigrades are so damn tough. It's important to note: Tardigrades are basically indestructible only when they enter a special state called cryptobiosis. In harsh environments, the animals tuck in their legs and expel all moisture from their bodies. In this state, they're called tuns.
Butterflies are not even able to defend themselves. The worst they can do is make one of their predators feel ill after it eats a butterfly. Conservationists have stressed that healthy moth and butterfly populations are essential to most ecosystems.