Buzz·Posted on 26 Mar 201437 Pictures That Prove Australia Is The CraziestLet's count the ways Australia is trying to kill all the Australians.by Simon CrerarBuzzFeed Founding Editor, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Pythons eating everything. Via imgur.com Snake + flying fox = monstrous. 2. Pythons so big they can lift wallabies. Via reddit.com 3. Pythons on the loose in op shops. AP / Via huffingtonpost.com 4. Snakes on the loose inside toilets. Via imgur.com 5. Snakes eating goannas. Via reddit.com 6. Snakes on golf courses. Via reddit.com 7. Snakes on planes. Warning This image is graphic Tap to reveal Click to reveal Robert Weber / Reuters Passengers on a flight from Australia to Papua New Guinea were shocked to look out their cabin windows to find a 3-metre snake on the wing of the plane. 8. Flying foxes generally. Vermin Inc via Compfight cc Catching diseases directly from flying foxes is extremely unlikely. However they are known as hosts to two life-threatening viruses. Source: outbreak.gov.au 9. Dingoes eating sharks. Via reddit.com 10. Sharks eating golfers. Sky News Well, threatening to. 11. Great white sharks surfing. Via fearbeneath.com 12. Crocodiles surfing. Sharon Scoble / Via abc.net.au 13. Crocodiles in swimming enclosures. Courier Mail / Via imgur.com 14. Crocodiles in creeks. Via Facebook: MeanwhileInAustralia 15. Crocodiles in the street. Via Facebook: MeanwhileInAustralia 16. Crocodiles EATEN by snakes. Tiffany Corlis / Via ABC Queensland 17. Just goddamn MASSIVE crocs. Michael Franchi / Rex USA 18. Paralysis ticks. Before and after feeding. Murdoch University / Via media.murdoch.edu.au 19. Spiders. Lots of spiders. Daniel Munoz / Reuters 20. Bucket full of funnel web spiders collected from a Blue Mountains campsite. Each one can deliver a fatal bite. Via reddit.com 21. Beetles. Swarming soldier beetles. Via imgur.com This plague is worse than it looks, unless you're another insect. Source: CSIRO 22. Flies. Lots of flies. Via imgur.com 23. Plagues of millipedes. Via imgur.com Every winter accidentally introduced black Portuguese millipedes go crazy in Western Australia. Source: howtoaustralia.com.au 24. Giant earthworms. OK, not dangerous, but BLEUGH! Via imgur.com 25. Mole crickets. Nature gone horribly WRONG. Via wikimedia.org 26. Giant venomous centipedes. Via imgur.com Giant centipedes may bite if disturbed or handled, the bite may cause severe pain that can persist for days. Source: Australian Museum Giant centipedes that kill snakes?! Oh Australia! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via reddit.com 27. Giant, pissed-off cassowaries. Via amazingaustralia.com.au 28. Mysterious giant jellyfish. Richard Lim / Via abc.net.au 29. Irukandji jellyfish. Perhaps the most dangerous creature in Australia, despite being no bigger than a thumbnail. Via imgur.com Irukandji venom is 100 times as potent as that of a cobra and 1,000 times as potent as that of a tarantula. Source: themorningbulletin.com.au 30. Box jellyfish are not something you want to be stung by either. Via abc.net.au 31. Blue-ringed octopus are the only species of octopus fatal to humans. Via abovetopsecret.com No antivenom is available, making them one of the deadliest inhabitants in Australia's ocean. Source: toxinology.com 32. Predatory marble cone snail stings can cause respiratory muscle paralysis leading to death. University of Melbourne / Via unimelb.edu.au The most venomous of the 500 known cone snail species, several human deaths have been attributed to them. Their venom is delivered via a harpoonlike tooth propelled from an extendable proboscis. Source: National Geographic 33. Danger! Stonefish, Earth's most venomous fish. Via divebuddy.com 34. Extremely well-camouflaged stonefish look like an encrusted rock or lump of coral. australianmuseum.net.au The reef stonefish has spines in the dorsal fin which can inject a highly toxic venom that can causes intense pain and can lead to death. Source: Australian Museum 35. Also, the sting is not a good look. Via keeweedoc.com 36. Watch the skies! The hail can kill. Via imgur.com 37. Even bloody freshwater swim holes can be dangerous! Via imgur.com Amoebic meningitis is rare and highly lethal, with a less than 3% survival rate. DO NOT GO IN THE WATER. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Want more proof that Australia is the craziest place on earth? Sign up for BuzzFeed's "Meanwhile in Australia" newsletter!