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Your Encounters With Australia's Strange Creatures

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Bull Sharks! Fitzroy river is full of them and will eat all the juvenile barramundi because they cannot get up above the barrage. Absolute disgrace that the government won't fix the fish migration issue but have no hesitation of kicking the fishermen out for no reason.
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I have always wanted to go to Australia, it is on my bucket list. I would to have some encounters with some of their fuzzy creatures.
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Bull Sharks! Fitzroy river is full of them and will eat all the juvenile barramundi because they cannot get up above the barrage. Absolute disgrace that the government won't fix the fish migration issue but have no hesitation of kicking the fishermen out for no reason.
Only 6 people around the world died from shark attack last year. More people died after vending machine incidents... not to mention road deaths, but do we fear crossing the road or driving?? Perspective people perspective!
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Saltwater Crocodiles?
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Saltwater Crocodiles?
Sharks are constantly on the minds of all surfers. But nothing, nothing is more terrifying than the prospect of a saltwater crocodile encounter in the surf.
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Sharks are constantly on the minds of all surfers. But nothing, nothing is more terrifying than the prospect of a saltwater crocodile encounter in the surf.
U would have more chance of being bitten by a crab or hit by coconut. Totally over exaggerated.
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U would have more chance of being bitten by a crab or hit by coconut. Totally over exaggerated.
i would rather meet a shark in the surf then a croc.
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Living in the outback I would assume people have seen it all. I have watched documentaries on the natives and they tell stories of everything from Tarantulas to Big Foot.
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U would have more chance of being bitten by a crab or hit by coconut. Totally over exaggerated.
Lmao. I am sure there is more to it than that. With all the poisonous spiders and snakes. I guess its like any other country the animals stay away from the populated areas and as long as you leave them alone they leave you alone.
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Lmao. I am sure there is more to it than that. With all the poisonous spiders and snakes. I guess its like any other country the animals stay away from the populated areas and as long as you leave them alone they leave you alone.
That's the rule stay away from it and it will stay away from you. lol
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Welcome to Australia, the land where snakes are so huge the eat crocodiles whole! Bystanders watching in both horror and amazement as this 10 foot python constricted a crocodile to death and devoured him.
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Collection of rare footage of Western Australia's Darling Range mystery creature. Featuring a resident who had an encounter with the animal.
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Roads are warm and flat and in the Australian outback, snakes can chill on them for a long time without being run over by a car. But it also means that you can be driving along chilling with the window open and have one flip up and bite you, which has happened to at least one person. Or you can be relieving yourself by the road out in the bush, and, uh, have one jump up and bite you on the wang.
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Strange sighting of bizarre creatures not known to man, mysterious lights, natives who avoid it like a plague surrounds it, and episodes of mentally stable “non-believers in the supernatural” experiencing time travel and missing time are just a handful of the things surrounding Australia’s mystery-laden “Black Mountain”
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The gerenuk, Litocranius walleri, also known as the Waller’s gazelle, is a long-necked species of antelope found in dry thorn bush scrub and desert in East Africa, from Somalia, Djibouti and eastern Ethiopia through northern and eastern Kenya to northeastern Tanzania.
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