Out to New Zealand - Scariest Animals In Australia

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These 13 animals are all perfect examples of why Australia should never have been settled, but rather left as the island hellhole it is, filled with deadly animals and noxious plants. In Australia you can easily purchase reef or aqua shoes so if you plan to swim or wade in shallow water in the northern part of Australia then make a habit of wearing reef shoes and not picking things up. They live in various tropical and salt water locations around the Indian and Pacific Oceans which includes the shallow coastal waters mainly around the northern half of Australia, in particular in an arc from Shark Bay in Western Australia to Tweed River in northern New South Wales. For first aid apply an ice pack to the bite location, collect the spider (safely) and seek medical attention. A Redback Spider bite victim can experience severe pain, sweating, weakness and nausea.
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. 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.
Now, we could list each snake that is classified as one of Australia’s deadliest but there are just too many. In Australia, there have been around 140 species of land snakes and about 32 species of sea snakes identified, of which about 100 are venomous; although only 12 of these species could result in a wound that would actually kill you. The Eastern and Western Brown Snakes have been responsible for the most reported deaths where their venom is known to cause paralysis and blood clotting disorders, however, there is an anti-venom available in medical centres that can reverse this.

20. Bucket full of funnel web spiders collected from a Blue Mountains campsite. Each one can deliver a fatal bite.


  • Its venom contains nerve-damaging neurotoxins, myotoxins that target muscle tissue and procoagulants that lead to excessive bleeding.
  • If you do get hit by one of their spines, you’ll suffer extreme pain, swelling, and possible paralysis.
  • Venom can have any number, or even all, of these compounds.
  • Luckily, there’s so much else to love about Australia but remember, all creatures great and small deserve to be respected and appreciated.


Australia has 384 known species of snake, of which 25 species are considered to be deadly. The venom from tiger snakes is highly toxic, and medical help should be immediately sought if bitten. The mortality rate for untreated bites is between 40 and 60%.
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All they can do is get you out of the water, and treat each symptom as it hits you, and wait for your body to get rid of the venom itself. But while there are many deadly snakes in Australia the actual death rate is on average only 2-4 people per year, which is very low as a result of the ready availability of anti-venom and medical facilities.
https://www.newzealandmotorhome.com/best-best-nzs-top-holiday-parks-campervans/ is the world’s second most deadly land snake, after the taipan, and it packs an incredibly powerful neurotoxin/coagulant mix. click this link here now will it happily kill you, but they’re difficult to identify because “brown” doesn’t really begin to cover it. They can be a wide variety of shades of brown, they can be speckled, banded, or have other color flecks.
Most sane people enjoy the fact that living in a city inherently protects you from most deadly animals, right? When was the last time you saw a 12 foot long snake in a major metropolitan area? Not so for Sydney, where a 100km radius is the home of the notoriously deadly Sydney

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