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Raymond O’Brien was the shortest person in Irish history at one foot eleven inches tall.
Despite the optical illusion, the Gateway Arch is exactly as wide (630 feet) as it is tall.
Bones found at Seymour Island indicate that, 37 to 40 million years ago, penguins stood at a formidable 6 feet tall and weighed 250 pounds.
Male dogs lift their legs when they are urinating for a reason. They are trying to leave their mark higher so that it gives off the message that they are tall and intimidating.
The smallest horse in the world is just 17 inches (43 cm) tall and weighs 57 lb (26 kg).
The smallest known dinosaur was about four inches (10 cm) tall and weighed less than a chihuahua.
The world’s smallest cat is called “Tinker Toy” and he’s just 2.75 inches (7 cm) tall.
In Italy, there is a submerged bronze statue of Jesus Christ of 2.5 metres tall.
The world’s largest coin pyramid had about a million coins and was over a meter (yard) tall.
In 1943, a fissure opened in a farmer’s cornfield in Mexico, growing into a five story tall volcano in only a week and up to 1,100 feet after a year.
Mother Teresa just was 5 feet (1.52) tall.
The tallest known dog, as of 2010, was a Great Dane who measured 1.092 m (43 in) tall.
Despite being a 177 m (581 ft) tall structure in the middle of central London, the location of the Post Office Tower was a national secret for years.
All the door frames for Star Wars: Episode I, had to rebuild due to Liam Neeson was too tall. It racked up an additional $150,000 in production costs.
The rainbow eucalyptus tree, found in New Guinea, Indonesia and Philippines grows to over 200 feet (60 m) tall.
The Burj Khalifa is so tall that residents above the 80th floor have to wait 2 to 3 minutes longer to end Ramadan.
The largest living species of kangaroo has a head the size of a sheep’s and may stand 7 feet tall. An extinct species of kangaroo had a head the size of a Shetland pony’s and reached a height of more than 10 feet. There are miniature kanagroos, such as the musk kangaroo, that are no bigger than a jackrabbit.
Cheetah cubs have long tall hair that runs from their neck all the way down to the base of their tail, which is called the mantle. The mantle makes a cheetah cub look like a honey badger and makes them blend into tall grass, which helps keep them safe from threats like lions and hyenas.