Awful animals of Australia
Jellyfish One of the most deadly animals in the world and Australia are the jellyfish. Jellyfish, lives on the coast near the Great coral reefs, have an extremely potent poison. Touching their legs are very painful and often leads to death.
Taipan Taipan is a large, fast and very venomous snake, is found throughout Australia. Taipan has most toxic venom of all species of snakes in the world, has a dark brown color and often occurs in sugar cane, where it hunts for rats. This snake usually lives in the far north of Australia in Queensland, the northern and western Australia, where winter is mild. Taipan usually stays away from people, but risk can and attack.
Saltwater crocodile Saltwater crocodile can grow to 18 feet (5.45 meters) in length and often live in Thailand, Vietnam and northern Australia. There are cases when they attacked the adult buffalo, and often attacked people.
Blue-ringed octopus. Another serious threat to those who study water Australian blue-ringed octopus - one of the most toxic of marine creatures in the world found near the coast of Australia, New Guinea, Indonesia and the Philippines. Even an octopus the size of a golf ball has a poison which has no antidote. Its venom causes paralysis, eventually leading to cardiac arrest.
Stone fish Known as the most venomous fish in the world, stone fish lives at the bottom of the reef, hid under the rocks. Venom at 13 spikes are on her back cause shock, paralysis and then death. They say the pain is so excruciating that it will lead to amputation of affected limbs.
The red striped spider This species is found throughout the continent of Australia and is best known deadly spider. The red striped spider has a neurotic poison, which causes severe pain, deaths are rare. Thousands of people bitten, but only 20% of the victims required medical treatment.
Brown snake There are several species of snakes in the world,which have a brown color, but this kind of Pseudonaja, commonly found in Australia. It is Known as one of the deadliest inhabitants of Australia. The brown snake has venom, after entering into the body which kill him, if you do not apply treatment. Even young snake bite is fatal to humans.
Tiger snake Tiger snake is one of many poisonous snakes inhabiting Australia, particularly in southern regions. Although anti-venom resistance with value is readily available, the mortality from the bite of about 45%. In most states, is a protected species and any damage caused by this snake leads to a fine of up to $ 4000.
White shark This is a very large shark known as white death, is the world's largest predatory fish. They live on the southern coast of Australia. Many of the attacks, is a test out of curiosity.
Funnel Web Spider It is dark colored, and having similar to tarantulas and chelicerae broad venom glands that can pierce even the nails and shoes. They can be found on the east coast of Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.