The longest and largest of anything on Earth

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Longest river - The Nile River is the longest river in the world. Its main source is Lake Victoria in east central Africa. 

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Longest road tunnel - At 15.2 miles (24.5 km), the Lærdal tunnel in Norway is the world's longest road tunnel.

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Longest canal - China's Grand Canal, also known as Jing–Hang Yunhe, is the longest canal in the world.

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Longest road-The longest road in the world is the Pan-American Highway. Running 19,000 miles through 14 countries, it connects to four more between North and South America. 

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Longest English word - The longest English word is pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, which is 45 letters long and refers to a type of lung disease.

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Longest international border - The international land border between the United States and Canada is the longest in the world, at almost 5,523 miles (8,890 km).

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Longest snake - The reticulated python is known to be the world's longest snake and has been recorded to reach over 32 feet (10 m).

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Longest railway line - The Trans–Siberian Railway, which connects Moscow with the Russian Far East, is the world's longest direct rail route, running for 5,753 miles.

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Largest bird - Ostriches are the largest living birds in the world, with an average mass of 229 pounds (104 kg) and an average length of 6.8 feet (210 cm).

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Largest continent- The largest continent on Earth is Asia. It stretches from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the western Pacific Ocean, and encloses more than 40 countries.

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Largest country - The largest country in the world is Russia. Its vast area is equivalent to 11% of the total world's landmass.

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Largest lake - Despite its name, the Caspian Sea is the world's largest lake, or inland body of water. Its surface area covers roughly 150,000 square miles.

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Largest national park - Northeast Greenland National Park is the world's largest national park. 

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Largest active volcano - Rising gradually to more than 2.5 miles (4 km) above sea level, Hawaii's Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano on the planet. 

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Largest church - St. Peter's Basilica, whose architects include Michelangelo, is the world's largest church. Located in Vatican City.

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Largest city by population - The largest city in the world by population is Tokyo. Japan's capital houses an astonishing 37.4 million people.

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