Africa does things big and this snail is no exception. Found in parts of East Africa, it can reach up to 8 inches in length.
Originally found in South and Central America the cane toad is considered a nuisance to Australia's natural wildlife and has few predators because of its toxic skin.
The largest and most definitely slimiest salamander in the world, it can grow up to 2m in length and is nearly blind.
Found only (thankfully) on a small island off the coast of New Zealand, this cricket is large enough to devour a carrot.
Believed to be the largest croc ever caught, this mammoth 7m was captured alive after a three week hunt. Amazingly it wasn't exterminated.
This incredibly large rat was killed in a Bronx, NY Foot Locker back in January of 2012. Let's hope this employee got some kind of bonus for taking on the beast.
These monsters can grow up to 590 kg and are considered endangered in many of their Asian waterways.
Not what you want to see when taking out the trash, coconut crabs have claws powerful enough to crack coconut shells. Needless to say, they're not to be trifled with.
With a spot in the Guinness World Records George weighs 112 kg and consumes over 50 kg of dog food a month.
This bird eating spider was discovered in Laos back in 2001 in spends much of its time in dark jungle caves.
Located it Cameroon, it lives up to 15 years and eats everything from birds and snakes to other frogs.
Found in China's polluted waterways it can grow up to 3.7 m and provide enough fish sticks to feed an entire school cafeteria.
Found in the jungles of South America, the titan beetle is second only to the Hercules beetle and can grow up to 175 mm
Weighing up to 19 kg, the Japanese spider crab has long been a Japanese fishing staple, and can inflict serious injury with its powerful claws.