9 Super Deadly Animals From Australia


Australia is infamous its dangerous animals. With more deadly snakes than any other country worldwide. The following are the most deadly animals you will find in Australia.

Australian Saltwater Crocodiles could grow up to 26 feet in length. They are highly aggressive and are responsible for 1-2 known deaths every year.

Eastern Brown Snake ranked as the second most toxic of any land snake in the world. Victims may collapse within a few minutes.

Sydney funnel-web has fangs larger than a brown snake's and so powerful they can even pierce through nails and toenails. It is considered the deadliest spider in Australia, and possibly the world.

One bite from an Inland Taipan contains enough venom to kill several humans.

Bull Sharks have bitten and killed people wading or standing in water. They come into the shallows on a rising tide looking for anything edible that may float off the shore.

A sting from a Stonefish can cause excruciating pain, rapid swelling, tissue death, muscle weakness, temporary paralysis, and in some cases death.

Blue Ring Octopus is only the size of a golf ball, but there is no known antidote for its venom. It causes motor paralysis, eventually leading to cardiac arrest.

Australian Bull Ants can grow up to 1.5 inches. Up to 3% of people would have a severe reaction to the bites and these could be fatal within 15 minutes of a sting.

Box jellyfish have tentacles that are generally invisible, can entangle you and have millions of harpoons that inject a lot of venom at once. Death occurs within minutes.