Undoubtedly, Australia is one of the most beautiful countries. The Internet is full of photos of the state of the continent, causing excitement among the typical tourists who are willing to come and admire the exotic places of this mysterious country, washed by the Indian and Pacific oceans. The stunning landscapes, iridescent beaches, ocean coasts, and the unusual animals what is not heaven on Earth? However, the flip side of this country is the many dangers that await a man at every step. Australians know what places to avoid and how to behave in case of an emergency, but inexperienced tourist might pay for the negligence of health or even life.
Saltwater crocodile the largest riparian predator in the country, and around the world. It feels quite comfortable, close to Australian shores. If the person will meet with these reptiles, to avoid death, looking at the ground, sometimes reaching 2 tons, and the height is about 7 meters, the crocodile is still very agile and fast. According to statistics every year from the teeth of the saltwater crocodile in Australia kills about 40 people. There is a suspicion that during the Second World war, these predators killed about a thousand Japanese soldiers.
Most poisonous spiders live in Australia. They are striking not only for its large size and beautiful appearance, but also dangerous bites. Spiders like the Black widow and Atraks of Robustus can meet you even at home, when you're eating from their Australian friends. Black widow, you will learn the red spot on the back. Its bite is possible to obtain a life deteriorating mental condition, if you do not enter an injection of antidote within one hour after the bite. But Atraks Robustus and all can kill a person.
Snakes in Australia are everywhere. They crawl through the beaches, forests, get into human homes and even in cars. It is worth saying that the Australian pythons do not attack the person unless absolutely necessary, except in self-defense. But the average tourist who went to the toilet and saw a snake crawling out of the drain, they may try to shock to defend themselves or scream scare snake. The snake in turn is required to attack, because they decide that you are going to kill her.
7. Marble snail
These huge snails in appearance seem very cute and completely harmless. However, it is one of the most poisonous predators in Australia. Day marble snail slept buried in the sand. But at night she goes hunting. Those snails love to eat fish. With poison, which is released from the teeth, they paralyze the prey and then swallow it. The man who walks the coast late in the evening or at the same time bathes in the ocean, you may want to Pat the snail. Aggressive clam immediately attack and if in the coming hours will not be introduced antivenom, the bite could end up for the tourist's death.
The story of the life of this dog near the Australians are very interesting and contradictory. Say, before dingoes were Pets, but later alienated. Australians of centuries past to save his farm from the attacks of these dogs, decided to build the fence, which was equal to one third of the wall. Even now one can see the surviving fragments of a farmers fence. Dingoes travel in packs, and met a crowd of dogs the person can largely not be good.
5. ROI macotela
When these huge beetles are collected in a giant assemblage, an unprepared tourist can simply grab the blow, because the show looks just horrific. Thousands of huge beetles crawling around a common phenomenon for Australian residents but not for visitors. These beetles are predators, they often attack smaller insects. However, if at least one such bug will bite You in the leg or arm, besides the shock You will experience severe pain and hardly able to open his tenacious jaw. Imagine what would happen if You try to bite several members of Roy macotela.
4. Huge earthworms, and millipedes
At first glance, these worms can be easily confused them with snakes. It's so huge worms that their length is 3, and even 4 meters. They are absolutely harmless to humans, but they look truly terrifying. Tourist from shock may try to kill such a creature, but to do so in any case can not these huge earthworms are carefully protected by the state. Australian millipede or centipede may be poisonous to humans if he frightened her. In the tropics of Australia is inhabited by giant centipedes, whose bite can be fatal.
The fins of sharks, sometimes the naked eye can see directly from the beach. The attacks of these huge predators talk every day Newspapers and magazines of Australia. Their teeth are killed each year thousands of residents and tourists. Stay in certain areas is considered extreme due to the fact that sharks swim very close to shore. And lately these huge fish began to move even in the river. To increase the circulation of some publications write that the sharks specifically hunt for people and swim to shore, but it's just a newspaper canard sharks prefer to eat smaller fish and mammals.
2. Sincerity octopus
This octopus has a rather small size and beautiful coloration in the blue rings. The locals call them "small and light". These octopuses are very aggressive, it is advisable to avoid them. If curious people only need to take a closer look an unusual color, an animal that has a very aggressive character, certainly will attack. The poison of one such little octopus can kill up to 30 adult men.
Threat of Australian mites hiding in the woods, camouflaged on the leaves of trees and plants and can take quite a while to wait the victim. Most often knowledgeable Australians deftly avoided encounters with these poisonous creatures, but tourists who wandered into the wild area, very easily can meet the parasite. Notice its hard enough in the first days, but after about four days the mite is able to increase as much as 400 times and turn into a big bubble of blood. Its bite is poisonous and requires an immediate visit to the doctor.