Tasmanian Giant Freshwater Crayfish - Astacopsis gouldi - This crayfish is the world's largest freshwater invertebrate. In the past, individuals of over 11 lbs and over 31" have been known, but individuals over 4.4 lbs are rare. Due to habitat loss & over fishing, it has unfortunately become an endangered species

Cassowary: Looks prehistoric! One of the largest and most striking birds in the world. This remarkable species can grow to 6 feet, weigh 120 lbs., and can easily kill a human. (Cornell Lab of Ornithology)

Silence of the Lambs - really, this creature does exist + makes for a great movie poster design Death's Head Hawk Moth pin by Pammy Dawn

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