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+21 1. rags94life commented 11 years ago

0:39 Probably the most deadly one of the bunch!
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+13 2. Tehnol commented 11 years ago

I've lived in Australia all my life and the only thing I've been bitten by was the redback...but it did put me in hospital :S
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+14 3. Nifen commented 11 years ago

I live in Australia Also :) I do admit i'm slightly scared about going under the house. Too many spiders :)
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+27 4. Platonic commented 11 years ago

omg, heavenly creatures!
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+8 5. SmajlicekCZ commented 11 years ago

Kinda... catchy
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+14 6. samxgx commented 11 years ago

the last closeup face is the best of all :)
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+6 7. browncoat commented 11 years ago

Redback spider bites only hospitalise young children and very, very old people. No one dies from redbacks... I got bit by a redback, I squashed it and went back to pulling weeds from the garden.

I scooped a funnel web from the pool after an hour it came back to life and scared the crap out of me.. I hate funnel web spiders, they can kill you in half an hour.
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+12 8. prankphonecall commented 11 years ago

Love these guys... The groups called 'Scared Weird Little Guys' and their Aussie Comics.

It's a repost, but still damn funny... and true too!

They did however leave out the most dangerous animal in australia... our women! :D
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+12 9. paranoidandroid commented 11 years ago

my country doesn´t have a single dangerous wild animal...except the prime minister,oh and the goverment,and traffic cops...omg this is the jungle
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+9 10. Tehnol commented 11 years ago

#7, the one that got me was a fully grown female, and if you doubt that they can hospitalize an 18 year old, I can tell you that the pain was excruciating, all of my muscles contracted until I was curled up, I could not move for the pain. And it was the first time the hospital has used redback antivenom in 15 years :|
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+8 11. Fergus_Thedog commented 11 years ago

Hey, I've lived in Australia all my life and only been hit by one stingray. My respect goes to the Aboriginals who walked this land for over 40,000 years WITHOUT SHOES.
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+3 12. zerorain commented 11 years ago

i live in california and my uncles house is covered in black widows.

but yeah Australia does have some pretty deadly things.
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+5 13. MakeTnotWar commented 11 years ago

#1 If you really think so you never tasted 0:56
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+5 14. PortugaL26 commented 11 years ago

#11 aren't stingrays deadly due to their spiney tail?
at least that's what it caused Steve Irwin's death. R.I.P
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+6 15. patriotaus commented 11 years ago

I have to disagree with #7. Yes, Redbacks won't kill you, but you will most definitely need anti-venom as they are excruciatingly painful.

My guess is that you were bitten by a redback wannabe.
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+3 16. Baboon commented 11 years ago

I hear Doctor puss :s
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+4 17. cameramaster commented 11 years ago

#9 They did however leave out the most dangerous animal in australia... our women!

Remind me never to visit while wearing my Kilt :D :D
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-3 18. klim5354 commented 11 years ago

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+3 19. YetiGrowl commented 11 years ago

ahh the joys of living where i do in canada. i just have to be afraid of moose.
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+3 20. c2quad commented 11 years ago

Lol D video is joyful .....'With pee your pants will be filled' haha
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+1 21. ratko commented 11 years ago

ha , ha , most dangerous attack was at 0:42 . Coala attack :(|) :(|) :(|)
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+6 22. Searinox commented 11 years ago

Hell, what about the Irukandji jellyfish that has been sighted at the shores of Australia!? :O

Probably the deadliest jellyfish out there, it's as small as your thumbnails, and those who has survived it's venom says that it feels like your spine is about to explode 8-)

Source
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irukandji_jellyfish
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0 23. Dubsteppah commented 11 years ago

lol!! I love in england and my dad loves there, ive jus tbeen there and i didnt see ONE spider, i come home, and theres a HUGE one on my wall.. typical :P my dads found 2 white back though, one IN the sofa he got given, and one in his bag at work :| plus i saw dolphins at bondai beach, and whales further along the coast, kagaroos and koalas but thats it ;)
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+1 24. lockandload commented 11 years ago

streeeewth..im glad i live in the UK :)
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+1 25. deniedhost commented 11 years ago

yeah it might not be the best idea... for a vacation...