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Although Australia has gained a reputation as the home of the world’s deadliest animals, the reality is that visitors are highly unlikely to come across any of the country’s most infamous residents other than in a controlled environment such as a zoo or wildlife park.
This list of Australia’s ten most dangerous animals contains three snake species that you really want to avoid, as well as other well known dangers such as the salt water crocodile and the funnel web spider.
However, while close personal contact is rare, it is still worth being familiar with the potential dangers before you head off.
Lesser known species that can really spoil your trip include the blue ringed octopus and the tiny but deadly irukandji jellyfish.
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