List of 20 Animals That Weigh Around 100 kgs (220 lbs)


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It’s fun to play with weight. We can extend the fun to animals. We all know how heavy some animals can be, whether sea or land-dwelling, plant or meal-eating and many more.

List of Animals That Weigh Around 100 Kgs

The list comprises of animals that weigh 100 kg (10 kg more or less). It also features animals at birth and after maturity. Read on to learn more about these animals.

1. South American Fur Seal

South-American-Fur-Seal

Average weight: 110 kg (242 lbs.)

A mature fur seal has an average weight of 110 kg (242 lbs.) Females are called cows while males are bulls. A group of them is called a pod, crash, colony or flock. Their lifespan is about 31 years.

2. Spectacled Bear or Andean Bears

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Average weight: 110 kg (242 lbs.)

A mature spectacled bear weighs about 110 kg (242 lbs). Males can grow up to 115 kg (250 lbs) but females are slightly lighter at 60-80 kg (130-175 lbs). They can grow up to 5 feet high. Their cubs can weigh around 300 grams (0.66 lbs). They are commonly found in South America and can live up to 39 years.

3. Kob

kob

Average weight: 105 kg (230 lbs)

The average weight of a mature Kob is about 105 kg (230 lbs). They resemble impalas but are somehow stronger. Male kob has horns and are stronger than females. They can grow up to 3.3 feet high. Females are also lighter in weight than males.

4. Bearded Pig

bearded-pig

Average weight: 103 kg (226 lbs)

An adult bearded pig can weigh approximately 103 kg (226 lbs). They are the largest compared to other pigs. A mature bearded pig measures about 5-6 feet in length with a tail of up to 30 cm. They are omnivores and inhabit forests and islands of Borneo, Malaysia, and Sumatra. They have a maximum lifespan of up to 16 years.

5. Topi

topi

Average weight: 109 kg (240 lbs)

An adult topi has an average weight of 109 kg (240 lbs). Topi has dark colors and elongated horns. They are very sociable. Their body and head length can measure between 150 and 210 cm. They have a tail of about 40-60 cm. The tallest topi has a height of 130 cm. Males weigh more than females. They are commonly found in Serengeti and parts of Uganda in East Africa.

6. Giant Panda

giant-panda

Average weight: 100 kg (220 lbs)

Also called panda bears, giant pandas have a weight of about 100 kg (220 lbs). They have body shapes that resemble typical bears. A giant panda can eat up to 38 kg (83 lbs) of food in a single day. Adult males can weigh up to 125 kg (275 lbs) while female pandas can weigh 70 kg (155 lbs). Their maximum lifespan is 20 years (wild) but 30 years in captivity.

7. Moon Bears

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Average weight: 104 kg (230 lbs)

Also called Asiatic black bears, moon bears have an average weight of 104 kg (230 lbs). Adult males can weigh anywhere from 100-200 kg (220-440 lbs) but females weigh between 50-125 kg (110-275 lbs). They have a birth weight of around 298 grams (0.66 lbs). Females take up to four years to mature. You can find them in parts of Southern Asia, Japan, Northeast China, and Eastern Russia.

8. Marsh deer

Marsh-deer

Average weight: 110 kg (242 lbs)

They are also referred to as blacktail deer and weigh about 110 kg (242 lbs). They can grow as long as 2m or 6.6 feet with a shoulder height of 1.2 meters. Marsh deer inhabit parts of South America. Females are called cows and weigh slightly lower than their male counterparts. A baby marsh deer can weigh 4.2 kg (9.25 lbs).

9. Reindeer

Reindeer

Average weight: 101 kg (222 lbs)

Reindeers weigh about 101 kg (222 lbs). In North America, they are called caribou. A newborn can weigh as heavy as 6.5 kg (14 lbs). Female reindeers mature after 662 days while males go up to 680 days. They have an average lifespan of 22 years. At weaning, they weigh around 20 kg (44 lbs).

10. Warthog

Warthog

Average weight: 100 kg (220 lbs)

An adult common warthog can weigh 100 kg (220 lbs). They are members of the pig family and can be seen in most grasslands, woodlands, and savanna in parts of sub-Saharan Africa. Female warthogs can weigh as little as 75 kg (165 lbs) while males are heavier about 165 kg (365 lbs).

11. Rocky Mountain Goat

Rocky-Mountain-Goat

Average weight: 93 kg (205 lbs)

The average weight of a mountain goat is about 93 kg (205 lbs). Their weight varies from 45-140 kg (100-310 lbs). An adult male has a shoulder height of 1 meter and is relatively heavier than the female counterparts. They also have a beard and long curved horns that differentiate them from females. Both male and female mountain goats mature after 912 days and can live up to 21 years.

12. Nyala

Nyala

Average weight: 90 kg (200 lbs)

Nyala has an average weight of 90 kg (200 lbs) but ranges from 55-125 kg (120-275 lbs). They are medium-sized antelopes with spiral horns. Their body and head length range from 135 to 195 cm (53 to 76 inches). A male nyala can grow up to 110 cm (43 inch) high. Their lifespan is about 19 years. They are common in Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and parts of South Africa.

13. Lechwe

Lechwe

Average weight: 95 kg (210 lbs)

Lechwe weighs about 95 kg (210 lbs). Males can weigh more up to 120 kg (265 lbs) while females can weigh as little as 60 kg (130 lbs). Their body length is about 165 cm (64 inches) for males and 135 cm (53 inches) for females. Lechwe can live for up to 25 years. A baby lechwe can weigh 5.1 kg (11.22 lbs). Females mature after 898 days but males take about 1050 days.

14. Newborn Elephants

Newborn-Elephants

Average weight: 100 kg (220 lbs)

A newborn elephant has an average of 100 kg (220 lbs) in weight. This is just about 4% of the total weight of an adult female elephant and 2% of a mature male. Baby elephants have a height of about 2.5 feet (76 cm).

15. Male cougar

Male-cougar

Average weight: 100 kg (220 lbs)

A mature male cougar can weigh about 100 kg (220 lbs). Females weigh less about 65 kg (145 lbs). The body length of a male cougar is around 6-7 feet (182-213 cm) and about 2.5 feet (76 cm) tall. They have other names like mountain lions, puma or panther. They are native to Southern America. Cougars are among the heaviest in the cat family. Cougars are ambush predators that like feeding on deer, rodents and even insects.

16. Leopard

Leopard

Average weight: 96 kg (212 lbs)

Adult male leopards have a maximum weight of 96 kg (212 lbs) which is the heaviest leopard ever weighed. Most males weigh about 90 kg (200 lbs). Females are lighter and can weigh up to 60 kg (130 lbs). Leopards have large skulls with relatively short legs. They resemble jaguars and have a body length of up to 100 cm (3.3 feet).

17. Aoudad

Aoudad

Average weight: 90 kg (200 lbs)

They are also called Barbary sheep and weigh an average of 90 kg (200 lbs). Their weight varies from 40-140 kg (90-310 lbs). Aoudad feeds on vegetation including forbs, grass, fruits, and shrubs although they change their diet based on seasons.

18. Ribbon Seal

Ribbon-Seal

Average weight: 95 kg (210 lbs)

Ribbon seals have an average of 95 kg (210 lbs). They inhabit the Bering Sea and eat on crustaceans. A newborn ribbon seal can weigh 21 lbs (10 kg) and measure about 34 inches (86 cm) long. An adult ribbon seal grows up to 5-6 feet (152-182 cm) long.

19. Pacific Dolphin (White-Sided)

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Average weight: 100 kg (220 lbs)

A white-sided Pacific dolphin has an average weight of 100 kg (220 lbs). Their length ranges from about 6-8 feet (182-243 cm). They are named so because of the white colorations under their bodies and at the sides. Their beaks contain about 23-32 curved teeth. They inhabit parts of temperate, coastal waters of North Pacific.

20. Hourglass Dolphin

Hourglass-Dolphin

Average weight: 110 kg (242 lbs)

The average weight of a mature hourglass dolphin is 110 kg (242 lbs). They inhabit cold parts of sub-Antarctic and Antarctic waters. Adults have a length of 5.9 feet (180 cm) with black and white skin. Their size is compared to that of a mature human being. Although there are animals that weigh a couple of tons like Blue whales, elephants, and killer whales, some weigh 100 kg (220 lbs) or less.

Related Questions

Which is the heaviest animal in the world?

The blue whale is the heaviest mammal weighing about 200 tons. It has a length of about 100 feet and is also considered the loudest on earth. They have the ability to vocalize about 180 decibels of sound. Their level of sound can make other animals deaf! The tongue of a blue whale is equivalent to the weight of an elephant.

Which is the lightest animal on earth?

Etruscan shrew, also called Suncus etruscus is the lightest mammal on earth with a weight of between 1.2 2.7 grams. It is a fascinating creature that is found in Thailand. It got its name from its minute size. The mammal has a length of about an inch which is equivalent to that of a huge bumblebee.

What is 100 kg converted to pounds and lbs.?

100 kg is equal to 220 lbs. 1 kilogram is equivalent to 2.20462262185 lbs. (pounds). To convert kilograms into pounds and lbs. you simply multiply 100 with 2.20462262185 to get around 220.462262185. When converted into a whole number, you get around 220 lbs. A pound is equivalent to 0.45359237 kg.

References

https://thewebsiteofeverything.com/animals/mammals/adult-weight.html
http://www.theanimalfiles.com
https://www.beartrust.org

Niklas

The weight of stuff has been an interest of mine ever since I was a child. What I believe is most fascinating about weight is how extremely heavy some objects are both on earth and in the universe.

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