Discover The 7 Largest Animals In South Carolina"

South Carolina is a state that is steeped with U.S. history as well as an ideal location for an excursion to the beach.

It is also the perfect place to look for an array of fascinating and interesting species of animals.

The article we'll attempt to explore and identify seven of the biggest creatures in South Carolina.

We'll show you how large they are as well as the places they can be found in this beautiful Southern state.

Blue catfish can grow extremely large and is the largest freshwater fish to be to be caught by fishermen throughout South Carolina.

Blue Catfish

 It can weigh approximately 2 to 3 feet in length and weigh as much as 40 pounds.

They're a total length of around 5 feet, but their wingspan of nearly 8 feet is huge!

Mute Swan

They are not often seen however, they are typically found close to the coast, particularly in the eastern and north parts within the states.

The black bear is often depicted as playful and skittish, however, they can transform into deadly killers within a matter of seconds.

Black Bear

They can grow to 6 feet tall and weigh more than 300 pounds when they are at their largest.

Alligators can reach 15 feet long and weigh more than 1,000 pounds! Avoid interacting with these reptiles as they could be extremely harmful to humans.

American Alligator

The two-toed Amphiuma is an aquatic salamander that is the biggest amphibian that lives in the state.

Two-toed Amphiuma

 It is able to grow anywhere between 1 to 3.8 feet in length . It is found almost exclusively within the plains of coastal waters of South Carolina.