What is the world’s largest living mammal?

A. Kangaroo

B. Blue Whale

C. Elephant

D. Panda

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The Antarctic blue whale is the biggest animal on the planet, weighing up to 400,000 pounds (approximately 33 elephants) and reaching up to 98 feet in length. The whale has a heart the size of a small car, and during the main feeding season, it consumes around 7936 pounds of krill per day. It is the loudest animal on Earth, even louder than a jet engine -- its calls reach 188 decibels while a jet reaches 140 decibels. The whales' low-frequency whistle can be heard for hundreds of miles and is probably used to attract other blue whales.

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