Unfortunately for us, Australia isn’t entirely populated just by friendly locals, cool kangaroos, and cute koalas. The Land Down Under sometimes seems like the most dangerous country on the entire planet and should be renamed to the Land of Nope. In large part, the country owes its reputation to its ruthless natural hazards, the dangerous animals that live there and all the scary things that want to make us yell ‘nope!’ and run away faster than the speed of sound in the opposite direction.

To show you just how scary Mother Nature in Australia can be, Bored Panda created a list of all the dangers lurking in the Land Down Under. Keep scrolling, share with your friends and upvote your fave dangerous animals in Australia!

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Roofhanger. Suspended Grey Headed Flying Fox, A Megabat Native To Australia

Roofhanger. Suspended Grey Headed Flying Fox, A Megabat Native To Australia

Batwing is fine and dandy. He dried off and flew away as soon as it was night time. He was not sick, just wet.

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Restless
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1 year ago

Awwww.....so cute! All folded up

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From enormously big spiders, to deadly venomous snakes, ferocious crocodiles, octopuses and disgustingly overgrown earthworms, the Great Southern Land seems to have it all when it comes to nightmare fuel and creepy crawlies. We can probably all agree that some Australian animals look absolutely terrifying, but how dangerous are they really?

#2

Lizards In Australia

Lizards In Australia

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Bob Beltcher
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1 year ago

He can keep it, I'll move.

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Around 170 snake species live in the country, 100 of which are poisonous. However, that’s not even the worst part: a grand total of 21 out of the world’s 25 most venomous snakes inhabit Australia. Snakes kill an average of 2 to 4 people a year here, but the number of casualties seem small when you compare it to the 11,000 individuals that snakes annually kill in Asia.

#3

Believe It Or Not, This Is One Of The Least Dangerous Spiders We Have In Australia

Believe It Or Not, This Is One Of The Least Dangerous Spiders We Have In Australia

This is the huntsman spider, a common friend to be found in houses and garden across Australia. He's harmless really, don't let his large size intimidate you. Huntsmen won't bite humans unless provoked, are not venomous and are actually handy to have around the place, he'll use his speed and agility to keep your cockroach population under control.

Think of the huntsman as a handy pet. Respect his space, let him do his job and he'll look after you well.

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Restless
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1 year ago

He will also terrorize my cat!

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If poisonous snakes don’t cause you to scream and panic, then what about spiders? More than 2,400 different species of arachnids call the Land Down Under their home. Among them is the deadly Sydney funnel-web spider, which can end a person’s life within 15 minutes of biting them. This spider always gets into the top lists of the world’s deadliest arachnids and doesn’t mess around: if you see one, nope right out of there!

#4

Meanwhile In Australia

Meanwhile In Australia

An olive python (Liasis olivaceus), western Australia's largest python, having a feed on an Australian freshwater crocodile (crocodylus Johnstoni).

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Biljana Malesevic
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1 year ago

It's weird when you feel bad for crocodile.

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That’s not to say that every single spider you encounter abroad is going to be a threat to you. Fortunately, less than 50 Australian spider species pose a threat to people. Let’s also not forget that most spiders are our friends and help keep the native insect population down. Obviously, these tidbits of good news won’t really make Australia’s spiders any less scary to look at. Anyone with arachnophobia should probably still avoid Australia until they get over their fear of spiders, and travel elsewhere for their Summer vacation.

#5

Araucaria Pine Cone, It's Been Reported To Kill People When Falling

Araucaria Pine Cone, It's Been Reported To Kill People When Falling

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Jill
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1 year ago

...and I thought everything was bigger in the States but Australia wins this one!

Margie S.
Community Member
1 year ago

No that's just Texas. ;)

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Podunkus
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1 year ago

Wow, it’s gonna take a whole can of gold glitter spray paint to get that one ready for Christmas decorating.

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 year ago

And a really sturdy tree

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Ale_Vidal23
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1 year ago

damn, even trees try to kill you

Niall Mac Iomera
Community Member
1 year ago

We actually have some very deadly tree species in Australia. There even that can kill you if you breathe near it.

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Slinkman
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1 year ago

Pain Cone

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 year ago

This should be at the top!

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Foxxy
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1 year ago

These cones can be approx 20-35cms and can weigh up to 18kg. The kernels are also edible. The tree is only found in a few places so you are unlikely to be killed by a falling cone.

Leo H
Community Member
1 year ago

So if that's the pine cone..how big is the freakin tree

TheKnightOwl
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1 year ago

They range from 20m (65ft) to 50m (164ft) tall.

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Kevin Camp
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1 year ago

They say the Outback is where they send Texans to learn humility.

Mary Rose Kent
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1 year ago

👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

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Suzana Tatim
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1 year ago

Didn't know there were araucaria trees in Australia, we have those in the south of Brazil. Very beautiful and ancestral trees! 1529951731...f71400.jpg 1529951731-imagem_release_1331004-5d2f23bf71400.jpg

Suzana Tatim
Community Member
1 year ago

kernels taste amazing, are called "pinhões".

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Angelika Arman
Community Member
1 year ago

Christ, what an inglorious death that would be.

Eflower2004
Community Member
1 year ago

Hey how did you die? I was hit by a giant pinecone...

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StormsTempest
Community Member
1 year ago

Texas: Go big or go home! Australia: Try me B**ch.

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 year ago

I learned it as Go Big or Stay Home, which makes more sense to me.

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AMEN510 AMen
Community Member
1 year ago

Death by a pinecone! How ridiculous! What a RIP service that would be! You gotta laugh at that one! Dear John or Mary happened to be killed by a flippin killer pine cone! Wat?

Katherine Mulholland
Community Member
1 year ago

A 18 Kg 40 pound pine cone.

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Mama Panda
Community Member
1 year ago

Toto I don't think we are in Texas anymore....

Restless
Community Member
1 year ago

At least it does not have legs and beady eyes! You won't even see it coming.

seawing*nightwing
Community Member
1 year ago

One almost fell on me one time.. I was bushwalking in a campsite and then boom, one of those things lands in front of me and breaks my foot!!

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 year ago

GAAAAAAAH!!!!!

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Cassie
Community Member
1 year ago

Drop bears, drop cones - you guys have anything else that just randomly drops out of the sky on you?

Tamerah Long
Community Member
1 year ago

Frogs. Big green frogs. They jump from gutters during storms.

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Daniele Giuffrida
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1 year ago

It'll go through the roof of your car AND it'll kill you.

K Miller
Community Member
1 year ago

Damn, even the trees can kill ya

Flare
Community Member
7 months ago

Nope.avi

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Catlady6000
Community Member
1 year ago

It is considered a living fossil, is on the endangered list. It's seeds are up to 1.6 in long. It is also native to Argentina and Chili and is Chili's national tree. Good to see it growing in other parts of the world

Roberto Durante
Community Member
1 year ago

lucky for Newton wasn't living in Australia

What's In Your Head?
Community Member
1 year ago

So how big is the tree?

Monika Soffronow
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1 year ago

Up to 80 metres (262 ft)

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Christine Dietzer
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow! You've met your match, Texas!

Susan
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like one of the GOT dragon eggs, just knobby

Grace Laycette
Community Member
1 year ago

hehe it's a drop-bear egg

Mikyla McEwen
Community Member
1 year ago

So much for everything being bigger in Texas

Josie Uvlugiayaaq
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow, I thought everything was bigger in Alaska, goodness Australia!!

Trudy Brodsky
Community Member
1 year ago

Well, at least it is not a beehive!

Carson Lujan
Community Member
1 year ago

When I looked at the picture before the description I thought it was a turtle shell

Arlene Reber
Community Member
1 year ago

I want to see the tree it came from!

Veronica Vatter
Community Member
1 year ago

These have large seeds inside that are a native food source

pony33
Community Member
1 year ago

That ain't shit. I'm hard headed

KCN
Community Member
1 year ago

!!!

Aidan Stacey
Community Member
1 year ago

That is from a Cycad not a pine tree

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 year ago

Cycads are the most ancient plants still found on Earth.

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Jace
Community Member
1 year ago

Held up by a kid, just to make it seem larger...

Crystal Pool
Community Member
1 year ago

What! now the trees even trying to kill you?

Viki Banaszak
Community Member
1 year ago

Prehistoric pine cones to go with all the prehistoric critters.

Zelda Blue
Community Member
1 year ago

Just another reason not to go out into nature.

Richard Mills
Community Member
4 months ago

And nuts inside are tasty.....

Mathieu Morger
Community Member
6 months ago

Give an f for that picone

X ElectricReaper X
Community Member
6 months ago

i though everything was bigger in texas?

X ElectricReaper X
Community Member
7 months ago

that looks like a nuke.

Heather Mullen
Community Member
8 months ago

known as a Bunya nut

EtherealSponge
Community Member
9 months ago

Even the PINECONES ARE DANGEROUS?

Flare
Community Member
9 months ago

O_O

marnidarr
Community Member
10 months ago

How the hell big are the pine trees??

Mark Jaress
Community Member
10 months ago

It killed me trying to pick it up

Gabrielle Klassen
Community Member
11 months ago

We have those in Brasil too, but they get dry and then it's seeds fall on the ground and we boil and eat them, it's really good.

Matthew Mortillaro-McEntyre
Community Member
11 months ago

weird

hisxmark
Community Member
11 months ago

We had some of these imported and planted here in California, but after a number of injuries and a few fatalities, most were turned to firewood.

-Møøn-
Community Member
1 year ago

Finally, an excuse to stay inside!

Tom Ayto Jr.
Community Member
1 year ago

Errrr...

Baby panda🥰
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like a pineapple :)

Ellie Ragsdale
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow that's crazy!

Myriam Ickx
Community Member
1 year ago

So do the coconuts, and nobody makes a big deal about it...

Bluebell Rizzi
Community Member
1 year ago

And I'm scared of European cones...

Maureen Peters
Community Member
1 year ago

They may place a sign with: Beware of falling pine cones!

Sandra B Arico
Community Member
1 year ago

Bunya nuts roasted on a fire true Aussie tucker!!

Grace Laycette
Community Member
1 year ago

AKA Bunya pine

Zsuzsanna Szucs
Community Member
1 year ago

wow

Kim Lorton
Community Member
1 year ago

😦😦

Brenda Pipher
Community Member
1 year ago

Avoid all pine trees

Pamela
Community Member
1 year ago

Araucaria bidwillii also known as Bunya pine. :)

Sue Clasen
Community Member
1 year ago

I come from a land of araucarias but their size is absolutely normal and eatable (araucaria araucana)

Elly Essenberg
Community Member
1 year ago

So is a roof tile in a city.

Michelle Muirhead
Community Member
1 year ago

This is absolutely genuine, don’t walk under that tree!

Christine Cameron-Dow
Community Member
1 year ago

How big are the pine nuts?

Sandy J Renfroe
Community Member
1 year ago

Land of the killer pine cones

Barbar Stewart
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow

ptm45
Community Member
1 year ago

SCARY

Fidget Zaftig
Community Member
1 year ago

How is that even real!?

Sharron Engler
Community Member
1 year ago

I wish I could see the size of the pine tree.....

OTTER
Community Member
1 year ago

Hang this one on your Christmas tree! Ho Ho Ho!!

lacartelera
Community Member
1 year ago

wuay!

Serena Larsen
Community Member
1 year ago

that's a big boi.

Moira Lynch
Community Member
1 year ago

Common name is the Bunya Pine

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 year ago

Like “I’m going to bunya to death”?

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TheKnightOwl
Community Member
1 year ago

Also known as the Bunya Pine, or Bunya Bunya tree. We have two of these in town, and when in season we're warned to keep our distance. The trees are tall, and if you get a decent sized cone to the head, it literally will kill u.

Craig Lee
Community Member
1 year ago

Gives new meaning to, "Pinecone fight".

Elizabeth Mitchell
Community Member
1 year ago

Queensland is bigger than Texas.

Moonwater Cat
Community Member
1 year ago

Giant it is!

Louise Stange-Wahl
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like a crazy hornets' nest!

Guglielmo Marconi
Community Member
1 year ago

"It's huuuuge"

Sue Frayne
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow

Robert Robi Z
Community Member
1 year ago

It would look great in the corners of the front porch

Karen Dyer
Community Member
1 year ago

You think?

Ed Souza
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1 year ago

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I would love to see this fall on someone

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Meanwhile, sharks in the country kill around 2 people each year, whereas crocodiles killed 14 people between 2005 and 2014, compared to 10 deaths during the 33 years preceding 2004. However, it’s not just animals that can harm you in Australia. The country is also known for its giant 10 kg pine cones that can fall on top of you as well as tennis ball sized hailstones that can cause serious damage if your head is unprotected. When in Australia, it’s best to either keep looking in all directions at once in search of threats or shut your eyes and wish you were somewhere safe and sound.

#6

Do You Even Lift Bro?

Do You Even Lift Bro?

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Adam
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1 year ago (edited)

This is the late Roger Roo from Alice Springs. He died earlier this year :(

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No wonder the Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, beloved zookeeper and one of the bravest people in history, hails from Australia where danger lurks around almost every corner and you’re not sure which animal poses a threat.

#7

Ladies And Gentlemen, The Saltwater Crocodile (Crocodylus Porosus)

Ladies And Gentlemen, The Saltwater Crocodile (Crocodylus Porosus)

I'm from Darwin, Australia and our rivers here are full of these monstrosities. This guy here is nicknamed Nifty, and he is about 6m long.

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Doc Thissen
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1 year ago

You're gonna need a bigger boat...

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#8

Honey, There Is A Kid On Our Bug...

Honey, There Is A Kid On Our Bug...

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Magic567
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1 year ago

Nah there harmless don't worry

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#9

Spider Frost. Rural Victoria, Australia

Spider Frost. Rural Victoria, Australia

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Bob Beltcher
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1 year ago

That's when you start hiking with a can of hair spray and a lighter.

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#10

This Is How Australians Ensure Their Electricity Meter Doesn't Get Read

This Is How Australians Ensure Their Electricity Meter Doesn't Get Read

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Keisha Washington
Community Member
1 year ago

oh hell no, scratches trip to Australia off of the bucket list

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#11

Meanwhile, In Australia

Meanwhile, In Australia

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Hope Floats
Community Member
1 year ago

That's it.. Back to the photos of the countryside, illuminated bird's wings and men in rickety fishing boats...

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#12

Toads Riding On A Python

Toads Riding On A Python

68mm just fell in the last hour at Kununurra. Flushed all the cane toads out of my brothers dam. Some of them took the easy way out - hitching a ride on the back of a 3.5m python.

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Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

The cane toads are deadlier than the python believe it or not. Cane toads have very few predators due to the toxins. These cane toads were hitching a ride to escape a storm although on expert claims that the male cane toads were in fact trying to mate with the python.

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#13

Dead Whale Filled With Gas, On The Brink Of Exploding In Bunbury Yesterday

Dead Whale Filled With Gas, On The Brink Of Exploding In Bunbury Yesterday

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Foxxy
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1 year ago

Wouldnt want to be near that when it explodes, the stench would be awful.

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#14

This Giant, Hot Pink Slug Is Only Found In A Single, Isolated Forest On An Extinct Volcano In Australia

This Giant, Hot Pink Slug Is Only Found In A Single, Isolated Forest On An Extinct Volcano In Australia

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Marc
Community Member
1 year ago

What happens if you lick it? Asking for a friend!

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#15

You Know You're In Australia When Frogs Eat Snakes

You Know You're In Australia When Frogs Eat Snakes

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Vic
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1 year ago

That frog looks like The Hulk!

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#16

Meanwhile In Australia

Meanwhile In Australia

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Magic567
Community Member
1 year ago

this happens at least twice a week in my local store!

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#17

March Of The Hairy Caterpillars

March Of The Hairy Caterpillars

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Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

It's a caterpillar parade!

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#18

A Massive Earthworm Found In Queensland, Australia

A Massive Earthworm Found In Queensland, Australia

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Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

Imagine how rich the soil must be.

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#19

Filling Up Your Fuel Tank In Australia? Yep That'll Try And Kill You Too

Filling Up Your Fuel Tank In Australia? Yep That'll Try And Kill You Too

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Hope Floats
Community Member
1 year ago

Guess who's walking today!.. Ha, ha, ha.. Always had a phobia about snakes and I'm not going anywhere near that!!!!!!!

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#20

Mother And Girlfriend Found This On The Beach Today

Mother And Girlfriend Found This On The Beach Today

This was found in Broome, Western Australia and looks like an anemone. More specifically, Dofleinia armata, the armed anemone. Also called the striped anemone. It is considered extremely dangerous as it can inflict painful stings that take months to heal.

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Ale_Vidal23
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1 year ago

leaked footage of the area 51 raid?

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#21

Walked Up On The Back Of This Sign While Hiking In Australia...

Walked Up On The Back Of This Sign While Hiking In Australia...

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Lu
Community Member
1 year ago

Tigers AND snakes breeding together... this is truly frightening lol.

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#22

Typical Road-Side Ditch In Australia

Typical Road-Side Ditch In Australia

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Sian Edwards
Community Member
1 year ago

That's a mangrove swamp.

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#23

Why You Gotta Always "Check Your Shoes" In Australia

Why You Gotta Always "Check Your Shoes" In Australia

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Sakata Gintoki
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh no. The crocs ate the snake

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#24

Aussie Mom Finds World's Second Most Poisonous Snake Hiding In Her Kid's Lunch Box

Aussie Mom Finds World's Second Most Poisonous Snake Hiding In Her Kid's Lunch Box

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Sian Edwards
Community Member
1 year ago

Venomous. Something is poisonous if YOU eat it and become ill. Something is venomous if IT bites or stings you. Spiders and snakes can be venomous, fungi can be poisonous.

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#25

Australia. Where Even The Hail Can Kill You

Australia. Where Even The Hail Can Kill You

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Sasy
Community Member
1 year ago

1999 it smashed through the roof of second storey houses and through the floor to the first floor, it was a scary day.

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#26

In Australia Everything Is Trying To Kill You. Even Your Ceiling Lamp

In Australia Everything Is Trying To Kill You. Even Your Ceiling Lamp

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SirPatTheCat
Community Member
1 year ago

How rude! I bet he invited himself over too! Couldn't use the front door, noooo....

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#27

This Is Why You Always Have To Check The Toilet In Australia

This Is Why You Always Have To Check The Toilet In Australia

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Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago

Whilst a lot of these snakes are scary, most shown in these images are of pythons which are generally harmless. Yes they can constrict and kill a person if they really wanted to but it is very rare for that to happen.

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#28

Blue-Ringed Octopus (Highly Venomous) On Hand

Blue-Ringed Octopus (Highly Venomous) On Hand

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Farid Red
Community Member
1 year ago

Is the person still alive?

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#29

Welcome To Australia Where Insects Are The Size Of A Small Mammal

Welcome To Australia Where Insects Are The Size Of A Small Mammal

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Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago

This looks to be a Goliath stick insect and are harmless. They apparently make good pets too.

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#30

So My Friend Found This On Her Back Door. Only In Australia Right?

So My Friend Found This On Her Back Door. Only In Australia Right?

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Erika Jones
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like the face hugger from Alien

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#31

Welcome To Australia

Welcome To Australia

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Bob Beltcher
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1 year ago

It got Dracula!

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#32

Damn Nature You Scary

Damn Nature You Scary

Picture of a termite mound in the northern territory of Australia, termites build the tallest structures out of any of the creatures on Earth. Humans would have to build something 10km (6.2 miles for those not on the metric system) tall to equal the scale of size of person to building. Termite mounds are also stronger than cement.

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Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

Termite mounds are incredible.

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#33

I’m Not Going Into The Kitchen Today! Ask Him To Make You Something

I’m Not Going Into The Kitchen Today! Ask Him To Make You Something

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Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago

Just gently tap it with a broom handle and it will go elsewhere.

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#34

A Friend Of Mine Left For A Holiday In Australia Some Weeks Ago. I Asked Him How Things Were. He Send Me This Picture With The Reply "The Things I've Seen.."

A Friend Of Mine Left For A Holiday In Australia Some Weeks Ago. I Asked Him How Things Were. He Send Me This Picture With The Reply "The Things I've Seen.."

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SirPatTheCat
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

His little feet are kinda cute tho

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#35

Welcome To Australia, Where Frogs Eat Snakes

Welcome To Australia, Where Frogs Eat Snakes

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Danish Dynomummy
Community Member
1 year ago

Aww he looks so happy! Hello Froggy

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#36

The Net Casting Spider (Ogre Faced Spider) Hang Upside Down With A Net Made Of Their Silk Waiting For Their Prey To Walk Underneath Them

The Net Casting Spider (Ogre Faced Spider) Hang Upside Down With A Net Made Of Their Silk Waiting For Their Prey To Walk Underneath Them

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Toujin C'Thlu
Community Member
1 year ago

These guys look scary, but *won't* kill you. That net of theirs is reserved for bugs

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#37

The Flies Are Much Worse Than The Spiders In Australia

The Flies Are Much Worse Than The Spiders In Australia

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nanashi
Community Member
1 year ago

that's why you need some spidey friends

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#38

A Pic A Mate Took Last Night. Awesome Spidley. South East Queensland, Australia

A Pic A Mate Took Last Night. Awesome Spidley. South East Queensland, Australia

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Foxxy
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

The perspective is fake they only grow to approx 5cms. This is a golden orb spider and whilst scary the venom isn’t strong enough to effect a human.

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#39

Every Winter Black Portuguese Millipedes Invade The South Of Western Australia

Every Winter Black Portuguese Millipedes Invade The South Of Western Australia

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spirit wolf
Community Member
1 year ago

God damn Portuguese creatures...

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#40

Felt A Tickle On My Leg, Australia

Felt A Tickle On My Leg, Australia

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Kimberly Young
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm more frightened of that heinous tan line.

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