15+ Images Of Absolutely Massive Objects That We Didn’t Expect To Be That Big

The tallest mountain in the solar system is Olympus Mons on Mars. It has a height of 25 km, while Mount Everest is ‘only’ 8.8 km tall. Sometimes, big objects can be so mesmerizing that they give us the feeling of being from completely another world, a world that is inaccessible to us human beings. In fiction, we call it the world of Gulliver.
The size of certain objects makes us think we are lilliputs living in Gulliver’s world. And indeed, it’s true because some objects have even exceeded our expectations about their sizes.

In this post, we have prepared 16 photos of absolutely massive objects that are so big that it’s hard to believe they are real. Scroll down to see these absolute units and comment your opinion on them.

1. Huge Rhododendron Flower Plant

Photo: © Soy_tu_papi_

2. Reproduction of the Athena Parthenos statue in Nashville, Tennessee — The largest indoor sculpture in the western world.

Photo: © Rizzo360

3. This is the most massive avocado we’ve ever seen.

Photo: © anbigcar

4. Mesmerizing sizes.  Close-up of the talons on a harpy eagle

Photo: © speaking_moistly

5. The right arm of arm wrestling champion Matthias Schlitte is an absolute unit.

Photo: © iggakunvl

6. Horror-themed balloon festival by Cabel Adams

Photo: © Ehansaja

7. Definitely, there’s gotta be a kid inside this cabbage!

Photo: © thorny-wallflower

8. In awe at the size of this lily pad

Photo: © The_ElBando

9. The tallest mountain in the solar system, Olympus Mons on Mars. It has a height of 25 km, Mount Everest is ‘only’ 8.8 km tall.

Photo: © redux44

10. Anchor hole to a sunken US warship.

Photo: © campkev

11. Almost half a kilometer long and over 65m wide cargo ship

Photo: © shedgehog

12. You have a monster on your bookcase

Photo: © martinapearl

13. “Field Marshall” the Bull – England, UK

Photo: © crysopraseEcheverria

14. This absolute unit of grizzly bear paw looks unreal

Photo: © Icy-Honey-5342

15. The General Sherman Tree is the world’s largest tree, measured by volume. It stands 275 feet (83 m) tall and is over 36 feet (11 m) in diameter at the base.

Photo: © AtomicShart9000

16. This squid is going to eat well tonight.

Photo: © lilducklet