Looks more like a cthulhu crocodile....
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Well looking at it it depends, to me it can have two scales.
The dark green area has a nice varied texture that can make it two things
1: it's the natural texturing of a forest casting shadows on itself from above, the scale would be about 2 miles across.
2: It's the natural texturing of a mountain/hill casting shows on itself, the scale would be about 12 miles.