Who Has The Biggest Heart In The World Human Has Not Big Dil Whales
Biggest Heart in World: One of the world’s smallest mammals, the Etruscan Shrew has an incredibly fast heart. Up to 1,500 times per minute or 25 times per second. In comparison, the human heart is slow, beating only 60 to 100 times a minute. Then there is the heart of the blue whale, which is the animal with the largest heart ever known. These sea creatures can be longer than two school buses, and have hearts the size of a loveseat and weigh more than 1,000 pounds. They beat at least twice per minute. If you put a giant stethoscope on the chest of a blue whale underwater, you would know.
There will be a car equal to that creature’s heart.
Of all the animals in the world, the whale is considered the largest. Its heart would be so big that it could fit one of your favorite cars. That means 14 feet length, 06 feet width and 05 feet height. Let us tell you that the scientist had to work very hard to take the measurements of his heart. The Blue Whale is still kept in the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada. The weight of the heart kept there is 190 kg. The heart accounts for one percent of the total weight of the fish. That means if the weight of the heart is 400 pounds then the total weight of the whale will be 40,000 pounds. The weight of fish is measured in pounds.
It weighs so many times more than the human heart
You cannot compare a human being with the heart of that fish. The weight of a human heart is equal to 10 ounces. If it is converted into kg then it is 283 grams. Even if you accidentally make a comparison, you will realize that a whale’s heart weighs 640 times more than a human heart.
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