WORLD'S LARGEST MILLIPEDE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What was the world's largest Millipede?
Today millipedes, at least the African black millipede
also known by Giant Millipede and Tanzanian Giant Black Millipede are becoming
This millipede can be found in western Africa and
usually eats bananas, melons, tomatoes, romaine lettuce, cucumbers, apples, and
a few other fruits and vegetables.
Normally these millipedes only grow to be between
7.5 to 11 inches in length. However, Jim Klinger of Coppell, Texas has a
record-breaking millipede that is 15.2 inches in length. He set the world record
of the largest millipede on record on August 1, 2003. His circumference at the
time was 2.6 inches and he had 256 legs.
The Giant Millipede
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