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Australia’s Most Dangerous Creature Will Surprise You

Shark? Snake? No contest. Meet the most lethal predator menacing Australia.

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Australia is home to Earth’s deadliest snakes and spiders. So what’s the most fearsome critter?

Red Back Spider?

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Great White Shark?

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Inland Taipan?

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No contest. This is Australia’s most lethal predator.

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The Original Angry Bird.

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See? Vicious.

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Always on the hunt for unprotected flesh.

So dangerous that people drive to the shops rather than risk their wrath.

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Hide in their homes until they are gone.

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Or wear cycle helmets to combat the threat.

Even vegans are in danger.

View this video on YouTube

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Vicious. Evil. B*stards.

Do. Not. Stop.

Watch out for warning signs.

You'll see them in every city.

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No one is safe.

Do. Not. Eat. In. Their. Presence.

For the love of God, do not feed them!

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Surrender your beer.

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Surrender your food...

..and your pet's food.

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Watch the skies!

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If all else fails, attach a steel nut to a piece of string.

Actually, don't do that. Despite all the aggro, magpies are still our mates. And sometimes (particularly in a heatwave) we're all they've got.

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