Top 10 Most Dangerous Animals In AustraliaIrina2932
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What's the most venomous animal out there? This thing. Seriously this thing is terrifyingly deadly. They have these little injectors hidden within their tentacles, and they can pop out (40,000 g's) 10 times faster than a car air bag. Also they're hundreds on each tentacle, and they're hundreds of tentacles on a Jellyfish. Also death is incredibly quick. Interestingly, Box Jellyfish venom can be treated with vinegar.
A boy got badly injured when he got stung and died a few minutes after. - PeeledBanana
The most venomous animal in the world
I read a book about one a month ago.It was about one killing a girl.so not surprised that it's number 1.V 10 Comments
By far the most venomous snake in the world. 1 drop is enough to kill 100 people. However there are good news. This snake only lives in The Outback and they're incredibly shy. So the Fierce Snake that you once thought it was wasn't so fierce after all.
Very deadly this could stop you from breathing
The most venomous land snake of the world says everything. T - Kiteretsunu
Another serious threat for those that wish to explore the waters of Australia is the blue-ringed octopus � one of the most toxic sea creatures in the world found off the coast of Australia, New Guinea, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Even though the octopus is only the size of a golf ball, there is no known antidote for its powerful venom. It causes motor paralysis, eventually leading to cardiac arrest. First aid treatment consists of pressure on the wound and mouth-to-mouth breathing that can last for several hours. - Irina2932V 1 Comment
Stepping on these fish are painful as hell! And the worst part, you'll likely never notice them because their camouflage is too damn perfect! It's the most venomous fish in the sea. However, if you do step on this fish, you can cure the pain with hot water.
The stone fish is the worlds most dangerous fish. You can unknowingly step on one which makes the venom go on your foot. You can die in two hours.
The stone fish is so poisones you have to run to the hospital in 10 Minutes and get so treated it is so poisones
I would pretty much avoid swimming in northern Australia, it has Saltwater crocs, Box Jelly, Cone Snail, Stone fish, southern is the safest part to swim in because there is non of that according to all the habitat map
Out of all the animals in Australia, I don't think there's any animal that can cause more brutal deaths than this crocodile. Crocodiles have a bite strength of about 5000lbs per square inch. That's the strongest bite in the animal kingdom. Not enough? Well they bite your leg, then they hang on to it, and then they spin their bodies around, dragging you around along with them. The crocodile doesn't stop until something like a leg tears off. Imagine your leg being hang onto by a crocodile's powerful jaw, then having your body constantly spinning around, splashing your face on the bloody water, and this death ride doesn't stop until your leg comes off. After your leg comes off, the crocodile throws you off balance, pushes you underneath the water, and then it leaves you there to drown or bleed to death. Surviving is incredibly unlikely. They strike at the most unpredictable moments and unpredictable speeds, they're super aggressive, and they kill thousands of people a year. Also don't ...more
They are fast as hell! They could eat you in a minute. They aren't like alligators who can actually be kind of docile if they have eaten. Crocs don't care if they have eaten. They are gonna eat you too! Fast!
Intelligent, stealthy, fast and unimaginably powerful! A run-in with a Salty would give you a 10% chance of survival. There is no antidote for a Croc unlike Box Jellyfish and Taipans.
Never wrestle this crocodileV 4 Comments
This is the only shark that can live in rivers.
As an Australian I can totally imagine a war charge on these. Light horse, more like Light cassowary
Cassowaries just won't attack people but there also capable of gutting dogs and small horses. Another fact is that these animals are the 3rd tallest and 2nd heaviest living birds.
Hello don't ever mess with cassowaries they are so danngegerous
Actually, yes, these animals are very dangerous. One of Australia's deadliest dogs. I remember reading a book about how people got attacked by them and to stay away from them. A boy was killed and his younger brother got wounds to the legs. Ten years later, a little girl was waiting for a boat, and she wandered off. Dingos attacked her and her legs were hurt terribly. Her wounds could have been infect too, if she wasn't treated in time. When your in Australia, WATCH OUT! Also, dingos are found in Fraser Island so STAY AWAY!
They are one of the most powerful dogs in the world.
Dingos Are Sweethearts Screw You!
The name is not misleading. These disgusting creatures, upon occasion, lay eggs in your blood stream. Those who are allergic suffer even more and can die within days. That will scare a lot of people.
Several human deaths have been attributed to them. Their venom, a complex concoction of hundreds of different toxins, is delivered via a harpoonlike tooth propelled from an extendable proboscis. There is no antivenin for a cone snail sting, and treatment is limited to merely keeping victims alive until the toxins wear off.(Nat. Geo., Geographic Cone) - Aleehorselover
I like to imagine the Cone Snail laughing at peoples' faces who pick them up and think they're beautiful and harmless, only then to harpooned by this thing.
It shoots harpoons
The harpoons are poisones
These guys have seriously dangerous. Also they're enormous, and so are their fangs. Their fangs are longer than an Eastern Brown Snake's fangs (at least from what I've), and the Funnel Web Spider's fangs are strong enough to bite through fingernail. They're also super aggressive.
It can make you have trouble breathing and you can die
It can kill and make your heart stop
This should be number 1
Dangerous in strength, but not very dangerous in Human deaths. Seriously, shark attacks are so rare. You're 30 times more likely to be struck by lightning.
They are pretty much all over the world
It is very true
They arnt the most venomous snake in Australia but will still kill a man in around an hour and much more agrresive than any other snake so it should be higher than the inland tipan because that species of tipan doesn't come across people and is less dangerous
A few of these are safer in North America. As the Olsen girls visit Australia (in the 2000 film, Our Lips Are Sealed), the teens are greeted by some of them during the sisters' witness protection program as the girls discover a crime. - playstationfan66
The most dangerous "animal" doesn't only hurt other animals, but hurts it's own species, and is destroying nature.
Lol should be number one. 😏V 1 Comment
They could scratch you but probably only able to kill a newborn.
It's so cute, it can kill you. #Sarcasm
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Though Inland Taipan are more venomous Eastern Brown Snake kill more
Only 1 person has ever died from a kangaroo because we know how to treat them
Get kicked and you won't hop another day.
They are extinct but were deadly wolves
If it were alive I would feed it chicken.
If its exitct why is it deadly
I love australia
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They aren't native to Australia and aren't that dangerous. - DinoLover4242
Jack Pilbeam eats them
They are related to the zeabra and a zeabra can killa lion and a horse can kill a snake if their fast. - Aleehorselover
That may be stupid, but rabbits have negative impact to Australia and are NOT native to Australia. - DinoLover4242
They are so cut but they can bite animals think they are harmless
That is so stupid
My teacher loves rabbitsV 1 Comment
Zebras aren't in Australia, who added this?
Seriously? Blue-tongued skinks aren't even close to being dangerous. - DinoLover4242
They're everywhere! They're aggressive! They also like to live where humans like to live. When you put a highly venomous, aggressive snake where people like to live, you're going to have a bad time. - MEparandriod
To prey, yes. To us, not at all.
Alligators don't live in Australia. They only live in America and China.
A snail killed my friend because of the poison on its slime
Snail? Like a cone snail? If so, then yes, it's dangerous
Were do you get this info
I am cool
So right I can't belive this isn't number one this program called the top tens is trash I will change feeling if this is number 1
You are right but your skull will not turn to ashes
You do not no what you are talking about
A tick can do it but its 99 percent chance that you will ashV 12 Comments
What? Hippos aren't in Australia, they live in Africa and in nonnative South America. - DinoLover4242
This animal died out in the Early Cretaceous, so who put this onto the list? Humans never encountered any non-avian dinosaurs, and that is that. - DinoLover4242
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