Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy
(by puffinbytes)

Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy

(by puffinbytes)



Australian Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama
(by Mick’s wet)

Australian Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama

(by Mick’s wet)



Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama
(by Mick’s wet)

Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama

(by Mick’s wet)



Giant Boarfish | Paristiopterus labiosus
(by richard ling)

Giant BoarfishParistiopterus labiosus

(by richard ling)




Mekong Giant CatfishPangasianodon gigas 

Catfish have over 27,000 taste buds. Humans have around 7,000.  -

(Photos by Lioneldude Photography)



Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy
(by bob|P-&-S)

Giant GouramiOsphronemus goramy

(by bob|P-&-S)



Giant Danio | Devario aequipinnatus 
(by CamMonkeh)

Giant DanioDevario aequipinnatus 

(by CamMonkeh)



Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy
(by Abhijith B.Rao)

Giant GouramiOsphronemus goramy

(by Abhijith B.Rao)



Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy 
(by The steelyglint)

Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy 

(by The steelyglint)



Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy 
"A large tropical species, growing to around two feet in length. It lives in fresh, or brackish water & is native to India, Indonesia, Indochina & Malaysia, favouring slower moving lakes & swamps. Like other Gourami’s & Betta’s, this species has the ability to breath moist air directly from the surface & so can survive out of water for relatively long periods."
(by Blurmeister)

Giant Gourami | Osphronemus goramy

"A large tropical species, growing to around two feet in length. It lives in fresh, or brackish water & is native to India, Indonesia, Indochina & Malaysia, favouring slower moving lakes & swamps. Like other Gourami’s & Betta’s, this species has the ability to breath moist air directly from the surface & so can survive out of water for relatively long periods."

(by Blurmeister)



Giant Isopod | Bathynomus 

"Although generalist scavengers, these isopods are mostly carnivorous and feed on dead whales, fish, and squid; they may also be active predators of slow-moving prey such as sea cucumbers, sponges, radiolarians, nematodes, and other zoobenthos, and perhaps even live fish. They are known to attack trawl catches. As food is scarce in the deep ocean biome, giant isopods must make do with what fortune brings; they are adapted to long periods of famine and have been known to survive over four years without food in captivity. When a significant source of food is encountered, giant isopods gorge themselves to the point of compromising their locomotive ability." (x)

(Photo by xio_olx)

Giant IsopodBathynomus 

"Although generalist scavengers, these isopods are mostly carnivorous and feed on dead whales, fish, and squid; they may also be active predators of slow-moving prey such as sea cucumbers, sponges, radiolarians, nematodes, and other zoobenthos, and perhaps even live fish. They are known to attack trawl catches. As food is scarce in the deep ocean biome, giant isopods must make do with what fortune brings; they are adapted to long periods of famine and have been known to survive over four years without food in captivity. When a significant source of food is encountered, giant isopods gorge themselves to the point of compromising their locomotive ability." (x)

(Photo by xio_olx)



Australian Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama
(by richard ling)

Australian Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama

(by richard ling)



Giant Manta Ray | Manta birostris
(by longhorngirl1975)

Giant Manta Ray | Manta birostris

(by longhorngirl1975)



Giant Grouper | Epinephelus lanceolatus
(via Dracoart)

Giant GrouperEpinephelus lanceolatus

(via Dracoart)



Heart of a Giant Clam | Tridacna sp.
(by Kumukulanui)

Heart of a Giant Clam | Tridacna sp.

(by Kumukulanui)