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Thread: Dangerous animals in Australia

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    jennychic is offline Senior Member
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    The photos are cool. I prefer them on photos, i mean i wouldnt even dare to look if its real

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    Saltwater Crocodile
    The largest living member of the crocodilians and reptiles, the saltwater crocodile can grow up to 18 feet (5.45 meters) in length and is often found in Thailand, Vietnam and Northern Australia. They have been known to take on animals such an adult water buffalo and have often attacked people. It is usually well camouflaged both underwater or on dry land and strikes at an amazing speed. Its most powerful attack - the death roll - consists of grabbing its prey and rolling powerfully until it dies.

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    Here is a site that list the top 10 most dangerous animals in Australia..

    Australia's most dangerous animals
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    I've heard about the dangerous animals from Australia like: spiders, snakes, jellyfish, crocodiles That's why I don't know if I'll ever go there...

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    I hate snakes, they are horrible.

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    i hate snakes too, they are very dangerous..
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    Australia's land is vast and a country for avid travelers. There are however precautions that need to be taken especially for those who choose to travel outdoors and adventures. Australia has nasty creatures that can in fact kill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manne View Post
    Crocodiles - Snakes - Spiders......... maybe that's way i never been there!!

    I hate snakes
    I have a phobia on snake. Spider is cool, i dont think i will go near a crocodiles, not on my entire life


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    Hey!
    I love Blue Ring Octopus.
    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.
    Last edited by aussie4wdhire; 09-22-2012 at 05:43 AM.

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    I believe spiders are most horrible creature whose touch to human body may lead him to the door of death. This is the main reason why we read common instructions and warning from before entering in the areas where man hunter spiders are found.

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