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Some more Dangers…..

I have talked about snakes and spiders and jelly fish as well. But there are many more animals which make Australia a dangerous place to travel especially hike.

Salt Water Crocodile

Salt Water Crocodiles

These are pre-historic predators. They are 25 ft long and can kill with a single bite. The lurk near the river banks and it is very difficult to escape their jaws. One for the sharks in Oceans. They are really dangerous, so do not venture near river banks without care.

Sharks are dangerous

Sharks

Australia is home to three different varieties of sharks which are dangerous. They are the bull shark, the tiger shark and of course the gigantic Great White. The Great White is most feared but the most dangerous is the Tiger Shark which will eat anything alive. Scary is it not?

Cute but Dangerous

Drop Bears

They look like Koalas but are not that cute. They lurk in trees waiting for prey and will drop to kill. It is really scary to find a cuddly bear with teeth in your neck.

Kasowary

The second largest bird in the world it is vicious. If threatened it will attack with its sharp claws and beak. It is beautiful but deadly. Attacks on humans are common with deaths also reported. cashinahurry.com.au will help you pay you medical bills.

 

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Nightmares from the Ocean

First of all, if you are going to read this article, you should play this as the background music.

Over the past few years, we have found a lot of terrifying creatures that live in the depth of the oceans. However, none of these creatures compare to Australian fauna when it comes to pure terror.

What is so special about the creatures in Australian oceans, you ask? Well, I’m glad to tell you.

First of all, let’s talk about the sharks. Well, Australia’s home to the three most dangerous types of sharks- the Great White, Bull Shark and the Tiger Shark. Of this, the tiger shark and the great white live in the ocean, and they have been known to attack people in the past. In fact, over the past few years, sharks have started swimming close to the beaches in Australia, causing the death of a few beach-goers as well.

Second of all, there are the jellyfish. People might think they are not that much of a threat, but that is only because they have not seen the box jellyfish. The box jellyfish have tentacles that are more than 60 meters long. No. You read that right. 60. Meters. And  once they wrap their tentacles around you and inject you with venom, there is no going back. You will be dead within minutes.

Box Jellyfish

So, long story short, do not go into Australian oceans. This is literally where nightmares come from.