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How heavy is 114.45 hundredweight?

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It's about four-fifths as heavy as a Tyrannosaurus rex.
In other words, 114.45 hundredweight is 0.81 times the weight of a Tyrannosaurus rex, and the weight of a Tyrannosaurus rex is 1.2 times that amount.
(for FMNH PR2081, a.k.a. "Sue") (a.k.a. Tyrannosaurus, a.k.a. T-Rex) (estimated live weight)
The notable Tyrannosaurus specimen housed at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois, "Sue," is estimated to have weighed about 140 hundredweight while alive. A renowned predator in popular culture, the teeth of tyrannosaurus rex were up to 33.02 cm (13 in) long.
It's about one-and-two-fifths times as heavy as a Hippopotamus.
In other words, 114.45 hundredweight is 1.38 times the weight of a Hippopotamus, and the weight of a Hippopotamus is 0.725 times that amount.
(Hippopotamus amphibius) (adult, male)
The average weight of an adult male hippopotamus ranges from 82.7 hundredweight. Appearances to the contrary, adult hippos cannot swim or float in water; they actually move by leaping and walking across lake bottoms at about 8 kph (5 mph).
It's about seven-tenths as heavy as an Elephant.
In other words, 114.45 hundredweight is 0.6909 times the weight of an Elephant, and the weight of an Elephant is 1.447 times that amount.
(for African bush elephant, Loxodonta africana) (Adult, bull)
A bull African bush elephant weighs between 165.7 hundredweight. Among African elephants, both males and females have tusks (female Asian elephants lack tusks) which can grow to 3 m (10 ft) and weigh up to 1.984 hundredweight.
It's about one-and-nine-tenths times as heavy as The Tongue of a Blue Whale.
In other words, the weight of The Tongue of a Blue Whale is 0.53 times 114.45 hundredweight.
(Balaenoptera musculus) (adult)
The tongue of a Blue Whale can weigh up to 60 hundredweight. Despite their tremendous size, blue whales feed almost exclusively on tiny crustaceans called krill and cannot swallow anything much larger than a beach ball.
It's about two times as heavy as a Giraffe.
In other words, 114.45 hundredweight is 2.1 times the weight of a Giraffe, and the weight of a Giraffe is 0.48 times that amount.
(Giraffa camelopardalis reticulata) (adult, male)
An adult, male giraffe weighs an average of 55 hundredweight. Reaching 5.5 m (18 ft) in height by adulthood, giraffe calves can grow as much as 3 cm (1 in) per day.
It's about half as heavy as an Anchor of a Cruise Ship.
In other words, 114.45 hundredweight is 0.459 times the weight of an Anchor of a Cruise Ship, and the weight of an Anchor of a Cruise Ship is 2.18 times that amount.
(for QE2 forward anchor, a.k.a. RMS Queen Elizabeth 2)
Each of the forward anchors of the RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 weighs 249 hundredweight. The anchor of the QE2 now sits in front of the Holyrood Church in Southampton, England, United Kingdom, along a pedestrian tourist route known as "the QE2 mile."
It's about two-and-a-half times as heavy as a Rhinoceros.
In other words, the weight of a Rhinoceros is 0.4 times 114.45 hundredweight.
(for Black rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis) (Adult, male)
An adult black rhinoceros weighs between 46 hundredweight. Rhinoceros are extremely aggressive — nearly one of every two males will die as a result of fighting with other rhinoceros.