Bulls have definitely become one of the strongest animals in the world. Some of it was nature’s work, and some of it has to do more with selective breeding. Some breeds have large and muscular shoulders, while others are quite flappy, but that’s not what’s important. These huge animals are known all around the world for their different things, especially Yuvraj, the super bull of Haryana. And even knickers, the unusually large steer. But the biggest bull definitely holds a special place, wait till the end to find here are 10 Biggest Bulls Ever Caught On Camera!
Elmo Picasso – 2385 pounds
This bull might not be an amazing painter, but he’s definitely an amazing sight to look at! Elmo Picasso here is of the Brahman breed, which means he; is very tolerant of heat, sunlight, and even humidity. No wonder he’s been walking around in the sun without any problem! Moreover, this breed tends to love older than any other, which means Elmo is just going to get bigger in the future. For now, he’s about 2835 pounds and lives in Australia.
The Australian can get really harsh, but Elmo can handle it! Other than that, he’s safe from the native creepy crawlers because of the incredibly thick skin that helps him avoid any insects. In the middle east, brahman bulls are used in bull-butting, which is basically two bulls headbutting each other till one collapses. Luckily, he won’t have to deal with any of that!
Belgian bull – 1200 kg pounds
Males – the weight of an adult bull ranges from between 1.100 and 1.250 kg, for a height at the withers of about 1,45 m to 1,50 m. Indeed, it is by no means rare to see animals heavier than 1.300 kg.
Females – the average weight of an adult cow at the beginning of pregnancy is 700 – 750 kg, with a height at withers of 132 to 134 cm. Cows can reach a weight of 850 to 900 kg and can exceed 140 cm.
Britain’s Biggest Bull – 3527 pounds
This six foot five beast called Field Marshall of an animal is believed to be Britain’s biggest bull who, at the grand old age of 10, is finally enjoying his retirement.
Weighing in at a whopping 1.6 tonnes he is heavier than a Mini Cooper and has become something of a tourist attraction at Dulhorn Farm and Caravan Park, Somerset.
Farmer Gary Bowden was asked to look after Field Marshall after his previous owner, Arthur Duckett, died last May.
He’s a huge beast, about twice the size of a normal fully-grown cow of his breed. If Field Marshall was human he would be eight foot tall and have 30 stone of muscle.
We’re not talking about fat, he wouldn’t look overweight, he’d be more like a superman. People are gobsmacked when they see him for the first time.
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