Is it just me or are some Guinness World Records really boring, especially when it comes to the world’s biggest animals! Sure they might be impressive creatures that are the biggest of their species, but throw in some Photoshop fakes and suddenly they look tiny in comparison…
Top 10 Photoshopped Images of The Worlds Biggest Animals
10 – Cockerel
Just out walking the giant Cockerel? Well don’t worry about that, get tapping up those windows ready for when it decides to grow!
9 – Guinea pig
His squeaks can shatter glass and he can nibble a tree down in seconds. He is Pigzilla! Not the bets Photoshop edit you will ever see, but a funny one none the less.
8 – Spider
Just because these images are clearly fake, doesn’t make some of them any less scary. If I saw this on house wall I would have to burn down the whole thing!
7 – Toad
There was a story going around that this toad was responsible for the disappearance of small animals in Rodeo, New Mexico, as well as the disappearance of a photoshop expert for several hours in the same location.
6 – Budgie
Best make sure you have plenty of old newspapers on the floor of this giant bird because he eats millet stalks like spaghetti!
5 – Camels
People always wondered how they made the pyramids, and now we know it was all thanks to giant camels carrying all those bricks and slabs.
4 – Rabbit
Have you ever seen those giant, black, round things in the middle of fields? You thought they have shrinkwrapped hay bails, time to think again!
3 – Locust
One of these might be scary, but the bigger problem is these creatures tend to swarm! It looks like something from a B-Movie.
2 – Chicken
Forget horses ploughing the fields, over in Chernobyl they do things a little easier and then go home to a mean sized omelette as well.
1 – Dog
Looking at this real-life Digby I am thinking maybe I have got it all wrong. Maybe these animals are rather big, but it is the humans and other objects that surround them that are small! Or maybe they really are this big and none of them is Photoshop edits as all.