The designation of “strongest” is a very relative term, depending on how one measures strength.
For example, the strongest animals on Earth in relation to size are very small insects, which can lift up to 850 times their own weight. The strongest of all, though, is a multi-cellular organism called the copepod, which measures barely 1mm in length.
However, a copepod obviously would not be able to lift as much total weight as an elephant, which holds the title as the world’s strongest mammal. An adult elephant, which weighs in at around 12,000lbs, can carry up to 20,000lbs, or roughly 130 adult humans.
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