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Animal Size Comparison Chart by Myuui Animal Size Comparison Chart by Myuui
Updated/Edited March 24, 2011

A complete and very useful accurate animal size chart for your use :)

For best quality, download the image. Warning, it is MASSIVE.

I did NOT draw these images. In order to preserve correct anatomy, I traced them from photographs.


[OLD CHART]
Because this chart is so big and confusing, I've separated a few of the species
[link] - CANINE Size Comparison Chart
[link] - FELINE Size Comparison Chart - YES I'm flipping aware Hyenas aren't felines. Jeeze I just put them there because they're more closely related.
[link] - TYPICAL MIX Size Comparison Chart

Use as you may, on any site you wish, however do not claim it as your own and please link back here! 8D
This is as close as I could get the sizes. I looked them up multiple times, and these are averages.

ENJOY :)

Edit:// BY THE WAY. Dogs/Cats/Horses/Bears Are measured at the WITHERS or point of the shoulders, right at the base of the neck. Only thing on here that's not is the man. PLEASE keep this in mind when creating your ELEPHANT sized dogs v.v
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darklord86 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014
Cool!
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Rainfire-art Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No cat?

Anyway, cool! :D
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BeautyOfNature Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014
In the link for Feline size, the animals are too small. A male lion is typically 4 ft at its shoulder, putting its head higher, but there its head is at 4 ft. The chart above is much better and very helpful.
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bLAZZE92 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2014
Male lions are not typically 4ft at the shoulder, they average 100cm (~3.3ft) or a little less, the confusion comes from some hunters and some zoologists using a shoulder-paw measurement rather than a true standing shoulder height or the very similar shoulder-wrist measurement. The same is true for the 5ft and 5.3ft tall measurements of brown and polar bears.
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TibraPade Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is REALLY helpful. you saved me. thankyou
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deathangle101 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is so cool!
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WingedSheWolf Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013
wait..what?
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Naratzu Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist
Woow! this is really great!
But i think that you can add the Fennec Fox to it:3
Its the moat little canine in the world so i think it can be important to add 8)
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Blackwolf78 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2013
I like this a lot! very nice piece! I am astonished *A* XD
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daretodream713 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So helpful! Wow the black bear is MUCH smaller than I thought it would be. 
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