white rhino Weight and Measure
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Species Weights and Measurements

AXOLOTL Up to around a foot in length
BLUE POISON DART FROGS Adults are between 3.5-4 cm long
COLORADO RIVER TOAD 4 to 7.5 inches
GREEN & BLACK POISON DART FROGS Adults are between 3.5-4 cm long
GREEN FROG 2-4 inches in size Males are usually smaller than females
PANAMAIAN GOLDEN FROG Average size is between 1.5-1.9 inches, but can be dependent on habitat with larger frogs found in wetter areas. Males are usually smaller than females
TIGER SALAMANDER Is the worlds largest land species of salamander reaching 7-8.5 inches. Males normally are 8 inches and females are 7 inches.
BLACK SWAN Mature black swans measure between 43-56 inches in length and weigh up to 20 pounds. Its wing span can reach 6.5 feet.
BLACK VULTURE Height : 23-27 inches ; Wingspan: 50-60 inches ; Weight:   2.2-4.4 pounds
BLUE-AND-YELLOW MACAW A large parrot that can reach 36 inches in length and weigh between 2-3 pounds. Wingspan can reach up to 45 inches (almost 4 feet!)
CALIFORNIA KINGSNAKE up to 2 pounds, 30-70 inches long
COMMON PEAFOWL Body length: 2-4.5 feet. Train length: can be over 5 feet long. Females tend to be smaller than males.
Domestic Chicken
DOMESTIC CHICKEN Males are 15´-34´ in total body length and females are 14"-24" total body length depending on breed. Males can weigh 1.5-6 pounds and females can weigh 1-5 pounds depending on breed
EMU Very large birds that can reach up to 6-7 feet in height. Emus weigh between 66-132 pounds.
LAUGHING KOOKABURRA Stocky bird of about 18 inches in length
PAPUAN (BLYTH'S) HORNBILL Length: 25-33 inches; Males-2.5-4.4 pounds; Females- 3.3-4.4 pounds
RED-TAILED HAWK Body length 17-22 inches, wingspan 3.5-4.5 feet
SALMON-CRESTED COCKATOO Approximately 19-20 inches tall, weighs about 2 pounds
TAVETA GOLDEN WEAVERS Very small birds– about the size of a finch
SILVER DOLLARS 6-7 inches with males being smaller than females
Bird Eating Spider
DESERT BLOND TARANTULA Males have a diameter of 49 to 61 mm, whereas females range from 49 to 68 mm, with a leg span of approximately 98 mm.
MADAGASCAR HISSING COCKROACH 2.5-4 inches long, with males usually being larger
ROSE TARANTULA 4.5-5.5 inches
VINEGAROON Up to 6 inches, including front legs and whip-tail
AFRICAN CRESTED PORCUPINE Females tend to be smaller than males.
AFRICAN LION Weights for adult lions generally lie between 330-550 pounds for males and 264-400 pounds for females. Head and body length is 5 -8 feet in males and 4 feet-5 feet in females.
AMUR TIGER The largest of the naturally breeding big cats- full grown males can reach lengths of 11 feet and 675 pounds, females can grow to 9 feet and 370 pounds. The largest recorded male was 13 feet in length and over 1000 pounds
BLACK-AND-RUFOUS ELEPHANT SHREW Adults average 9-12 inches head and body with a 10 inch tail and weighs between 1-1.5 pounds.
BLACK-HANDED SPIDER MONKEY Length measure between 12-15 inches and weighs between 13-20 pounds. The prehensile tail is longer than the body between 25-33 inches.
CALIFORNIA SEALION Males average between 600-800 pounds but can weigh up to 1000 pounds. Females weigh 200 pounds and up. Males can be up to 8 feet long and females are around 6 feet long.
CHINESE MUNTJAC Length is 31-39 inches, height is 15-18 inches, weight is usually between 24-35 pounds
COTTON-TOP TAMARIN Up to 12 inches long with a tail that can reach 17 inches in length. Tamarins weigh up to 2 pounds.
DOMESTIC DONKEY Can reach heights of 5 feet at the shoulder and weigh up to 700 pounds.
DOMESTIC POLECAT (FERRET) They range around 19-22 inches long and weigh between 1.5-5 pounds with males being up to twice as long and 3 times as heavy as females.
DOMESTIC ZEBU About the size of a typical cow
EASTERN BLACK-AND-WHITE COLOBUS Weight: 12 - 32 lbs., Height: 18 - 27", Tail Length: 20 - 35"
GIANT ZAMBIAN MOLE-RAT The largest of the mole rats. Displays sexual dimorphism– Males can weigh up to 600 g (21oz) , females up to 350 g (12 oz)
GREATER SPEAR-NOSED BAT Body length of 4-5 inches and a wing span of up to 2 feet.
GREVY'S ZEBRA They grow up to 9 feet long and up to 5.5 feet high. They can weigh up to 990 pounds.
HOFFMANN'S TWO-TOED SLOTH 8-20 pounds and about 2 feet in length
HORSE Variable in size and weight depending on the breed. 
KINKAJOU An average adult kinkajou weighs 4-7 lbs. Average adult body length is 17-22 inches: in addition to body length, average tail length is 16-22 inches.
LLAMA The height of a full grown, full size llama is between 5.5 feet to 6 feet at the top of the head. They can weigh between 280 pounds and 450 pounds.
LONG-TAILED CHINCHILLA They weigh between 1-1.5 pounds and can grow up to 10 inches long
MANDRILL Height can be 28-30 inches, while weight can be up to 60 lbs. for males and 30 lbs for females with a tail length of 2-3 inches.
MINILOP RABBIT Size varies from one individual to another. Range from 2-36 pounds and up to 3 feet long.
MONGOOSE LEMUR Up to 14 inches long, with a tail up to 19 inches long. Weight up to 4 lbs
NIGERIAN GOAT Males are up to 23 inches tall, females up to 21 inches tall. Weight can reach up to 70 pounds.
NORTHERN TREE SHREW 5.5-9 inches long (from nose to base of tail), with a tail about as long as their body.
NORWAY RAT Adults usually get to be about 1-2 pounds
PARMA WALLABY Smallest of the Macropus family, they reach heights of between 17-21 inches, with their tail equaling that length, and weighing between 7-13 pounds.
Parma wallaby
Red Necked Wallaby
Red necked wallaby
RED RIVER HOG Average between 120-260 pounds and up to 2.5 feet tall.
RETICULATED GIRAFFE Males can be up to 18 feet tall and 3000 pounds, females up to 14 feet tall and 1500 pounds.Their necks measure about 6 feet long and weighs 600 pounds!
RING-TAILED LEMUR Height: up to 1.5 feet, Tail Length: up to 2 feet Weight: 6-7 lbs with females usually smaller
SICHUAN TAKIN They are around 5-7 feet long and 3.3-5 feet tall. Males can weigh up to 880 pounds and females up to 550 pounds.
SLENDER-TAILED MEERKAT Weighs approximately 2 pounds. The total body length is 10-14 inches with the tail adding about 7 inches.
SN Bat
SOUTHERN GERENUK Between 56-64 inches tall when standing on their back legs and 62-115 pounds.
Southern Three Banded Armadillo
SOUTHERN THREE-BANDED ARMIDILLO Length: 12-14 inches ; Weight: 4-7 pounds
SOUTHERN WHITE RHINOCEROS Can weigh between 3500 and 6000 pounds. They are around 11-13 feet long. They stand 5-6 feet tall.
SUGAR GLIDER Up to approximately 7.5 inches in length, with a tail almost as long as the body and almost as thick as a human thumb. They weigh between 3-5.3 ounces.
THOMSON'S GAZELLE About 23-28 inches tall and between 30-65 pounds
AFRICAN PANCAKE TORTOISE The shell is about 6-7 inches long and about an inch high
ALDABRA TORTOISE They show sexual dimorphism, with the males being larger than the females. Males weigh around 550 pounds with a 47 inch shell, the females are around 330 pounds and 35 inches in length.
ALLIGATOR SNAPPING TURTLE 26 inches long and up to 220 pounds
AMERICAN ALLIGATOR Adult Female: 8.2 ft. 250-350 lbs. Adult Male: 11.2 ft. 450-600 lbs. up to 1000 lbs. Juveniles grow about a foot a year for the first 5-6 years. Longest Reported at 19.8 ft.(Validity of this is disputed)
BLUE-TONGUED SKINK 17-24 inches and can weigh between 10-18 ounces
BOA CONSTRICTOR Between 3-15 feet (7-8 feet is common)
BOA CONSTRICTOR Between 3-15 feet (7-8 feet is common)
BURMESE PYTHON Average between 15-20 ft length Weigh up to 200 pounds
CHINESE ALLIGATOR Males can reach lengths of 5 feet, females reach lengths of 4.5 feet. Weigh between 50-90 pounds
DAY GECKO (NEON) One of the smallest of the day geckos, growing to about 3 inches
DUMERIL'S GROUND BOA 4-7 feet in length
EASTERN BOX TURTLE Average is 4.5-5 inches long
GALAPAGOS TORTOISE Full grown adults can measure 4 feet long and weigh over 600 pounds
GREEN TREE PYHTON Between 3-4 feet is average
king Snake
MEXICAN BEADED LIZARD Between 13-18 inches long and 5-6 pounds
NEW CALEDONIA GIANT GECKO Varies depending on locale with larger individuals found on the mainland. These can be up to 200 grams and 17 inches long.
PREHENSILE-TAILED SKINK Largest known living species of skink, reaching a length of 32 inches
PUEBLAN MILKSNAKE Between 2-3 feet
RED-FOOTED TORTOISE 10-16 inches in carapace length with males being slightly larger than females
RETICULATE GILA MONSTER They can measure up to 22 inches and between 1.5-3 pounds
SPOTTED PYHTON Between 3-4 feet and 2-3 pounds
SPOTTED TURTLE 3.5-5 inches. Males tend to be a little larger than females
STANDING'S DAY GECKO Between 8-10 inches from head to tail
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