Contest Directions: A monster pig measuring 9 feet 4 and weighing 1,051 pounds was killed by an 11 year old boy hunting in Alabama with his father. This is the biggest wild pig killed yet, beating the previous record of moster pig "Hogzilla" killed in 2004 in Georgia state.
In this contest you are asked to turn any animal into a monster. Humans are not allowed. You are encouraged to try making your monster creature bigger and scarier.
15 pictures
  • Monster

  • Giant Mosquito

    Giant Mosquito
  • Monster Cat

    Monster Cat
  • Monster Bear

    Monster Bear
  • Giant Turtle

    Giant Turtle
  • Giant Dog

    Giant Dog
  • Monster Fish

    Monster Fish
  • Monster Tortoise

    Monster Tortoise
  • Giant Goat

    Giant Goat
  • Big Chicken

    Big Chicken
15 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: You may have heard about Hogzilla monster pig killed by hunters in Georgia in 2004. Until May 3 Hogzilla was considered the larges wild pig ever caught and recorded. While it's size was a bit exaggerated by the locals who have seen it, National Geographic experts dug up the remains of the monster and took the measurements which rounded up to 8 feet long and weight of some 800 pounds. So what happened on May 3, 2007, that have shaken up the throne of Hogzilla as the largest recorded wild pig? The answer is - an 11 year old boy Jamison Stone from Montgomery, Alabama, killed even a bigger monster hog while hunting with his father and two guides. It took them three hour chase and some eleven shots to an animal before it could be caught and killed. The last shot was from the point blank range when Jamison fired into the head of the monster. It took the hunters hours to move the hog through the forest, where they had to cut several trees on the way to deliver the dead monster to the pickup truck. Boy's father says they will mount the monster's head and put in on the wall in their house next to the fireplace, and the rest of the animal will go to sausages. Jamison says that he used to be afraid of monsters when he was little. Now that he's grown up and killed one, he said it was not as scary experience as one would imagine. "This was more like hunting game than a horror story," says Stone, - "but we did have the rifles ready to fire in case the monster would turn around and charge us." His father, however, says the boy is being modest. He killed his first deer at the age of 5, and was hardly scared of monsters stories as a kid.

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Contest Info

  • Started: 5/29/2007 06:00
  • Ended: 5/31/2007 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 15
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
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