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Dangerous Animals in Australia

Show the top 5 of the most dangerous animal in Australia

Alfredo Rojas

on 1 June 2011

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Dangerous Animals in Australia The Box Jellyfish The Taipan Blue Ring Octopus Great White Shark One of the most extremely lethal
animal in the world Extremely powerful venom The stings are terribly painful
and often fatal Medical attention
ASAP Large, fast and highly venomous snake The most toxic venom out of all the species worldwide Strike several times.
Queensland The largest living member of the crocodilians The death roll Camouflaged
Amazing speed One of the most toxic sea creatures in the world. Size of a golf ball
No known antidote for its powerful venom Saltwater Crocodile World’s largest known predatory fish.

The southern coasts of Australia. Humans are not a good meal. Slow digestion What is my topic? Yes, something dangerous...
But... What kind of danger? Another Clue!!! Yes, is Dangerous Animals But, What kind of animals??? My topic is..... QUIZ
1. The Taipan Snake don't have poison. T/F

2. The humans are not a good meal for White sharks. T/F

3. The Box Jellyfish have a the biggest bite in the Animal Kingdom. T/F

4. What is the name of the attack tecnique that use the Saltwater Crocodile.
a) Sonic Boom
b) Death Roll
c) Bite and Run
d) Poison Spine Red Back Spider Most famous deadly spider Thousands of people are bitten but only approximately 20% of the victims require treatment Any Question?
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