Giants - a childhood fascination
"Max Palmer here was part Cherokee and stood between 7.5 and 8 feet in height. Why do people think they need to desecrate ancient graves to find evidence of the Tall Ones? Another question: why is it controversial to document the existence of very large individuals from prehistoric tombs, when the living examples are well known?" -Jason Jarrell, author of "Ages of the Giants"
An elephant seal gears up for feeding time at a Japanese Zoo, even holding his own bucket. The bulls can grow to be up to 16ft long and weigh over 6,000lbs. There are two types of elephant seal - the southern elephant seal and the smaller northern version. It is named after the males' snout, which resembles the trunk of an elephant. They can hold their breath longer than any other cetacean animal, staying under water without air for up to two hours