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They are literally the most big-hearted creatures in world.

But have you ever realized just how gigantic a blue whale’s ticker actually is?

These pictures show one beached whale’s colossal heart, which weighs 440 pounds and is the size of a small car.

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It was retrieved from the carcass of a whale that had washed up on the shore of Newfoundland in 2014 and was in such good condition that it was a perfect candidate for preservation using a technique called plastination.

The gigantic heart is now being displayed as part of Royal Ontario Museum’s Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story, which runs until September 4 this year.

“The exhibition is a must-see on your list of things to do in Ontario this year,” says Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport.

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“Unique experiences like this attract tourists and build on our province’s reputation as a top travel destination, especially as we celebrate our 150th anniversary.”

“I’m delighted that the Ontario 1 50 program is supporting this rare experience, helping us all learn a little more about the mysterious blue whale.”

These gigantic sea creatures are the largest animal to have ever lived. Their arteries are so huge that a human could crawl through them.

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The whales’ size is made all the more remarkable because they eat only krill.

Source:nypost.com

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