Australia must be the complete opposite of Japan in terms of tranquility and peace, if that is what you picture when you think of that nation.
Pythons that eat alligators?
Pinecones the size of a toddler?
Giant crocodiles resembling dinosaurs
Australia is notorious for its harsh weather and untamable wildlife. It makes sense considering that this country has more deadly snakes than any other in the world. Although sharks, spiders, and snakes receive the majority of the negative press, Australia’s fearsome reputation is actually the result of an amazing variety of predators and venomous animals. It’s home to the world’s most venomous snake: the inland taipan ! It’s the only place you’d hear wacky phrases like “A dingo ate my shark!” or “We had one spider drag away our pet Labrador one year…”.
Images of Australia’s natural beauty may lead you to believe that everyone and everything is out to get you. But it’s not as bad as it may sound, so don’t worry. After all, you won’t find adorable koalas or platypuses anywhere else in the world.
Meanwhile In Australia
Araucaria Pine Cone, It’s Been Reported To Kill People When Falling
Spider Frost. Rural Victoria, Australia
Toads Riding On A Python
March Of The Hairy Caterpillars
Mother And Girlfriend Found This On The Beach Today
In Australia Everything Is Trying To Kill You. Even Your Ceiling Lamp
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.
Honey, There Is A Kid On Our Bug…
Meanwhile In Australia
Lizards In Australia
This Giant, Hot Pink Slug Is Only Found In A Single, Isolated Forest On An Extinct Volcano In Australia
Filling Up Your Fuel Tank In Australia? Yep That’ll Try And Kill You Too
Aussie Mom Finds World’s Second Most Poisonous Snake Hiding In Her Kid’s Lunch Box
Source: Snake Catchers Adelaide
Typical Road-Side Ditch In Australia
Do You Even Lift Bro?
Dead Whale Filled With Gas, On The Brink Of Exploding In Bunbury Yesterday
Source: Mark Watkins
Roofhanger. Suspended Grey Headed Flying Fox, A Megabat Native To Australia
You Know You’re In Australia When Frogs Eat Snakes
Why You Gotta Always “Check Your Shoes” In Australia
This Is How Australians Ensure Their Electricity Meter Doesn’t Get Read
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.