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Saltwater crocodile BLUE RING OCTUPUS stonefish red back Brown snake Tiger snake great white shark Funnel web spider.

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1 Saltwater crocodile BLUE RING OCTUPUS stonefish red back Brown snake Tiger snake great white shark Funnel web spider

2 Box jellyfish

3 Iruk andji Iruk andji (caruka barnesi) inhabits northern Australian waters. This is a deadly jellyfish,which is only 2.5 centimetres in diameter, Makes it very hard to spot in the water

4 Saltwater crocidile The saltwater crocidile is the worlds largest reptile. These amazing creatures are found on the northern coast of Australia and inland for up to 100 kilometres. The saltwater crocidile has been reported to grow up to lengths of 7 metres, but the average size is4 metres long

5 BLUE RING OCTOPUS HOME BLUE RING OCTOPUS INHABITS WARM WATERS AND SHALLOW REEFS OF THE COAST OF NEW GUINE,INDONESIA AND THE PHILLIPINES.THE OCTOPUS HAS DISDINTIVE BLUE RINGS (HENCE ITS NAME)ON ITS BODY AND EIGHT TENTECLES SPREAD,IT IS 20CENTIMERES IN DIAMETER.IT FEEDS ON SMALL CREATURES,AND WOUNDED FISH.

6 Stone fish home The stone fish is another of Australians deadly creatures, They inhabit in shallow water along the coast is well camouflaged in the ocean, as it is a brown fish colour, and often resembles a rock. This is why it is called the stone fish

7 Red back home The red back spider is Australia’s most well known deadly spider. They are found all over Australia, and are common in urban areas.

8 Brown snake home Australian Brown snake : The brown snake is approximately 1.5 metres long, and is one of Australia’s most deadly creatures. They have venom witch can cause death to humans relativity quickly if left untreated.

9 Tiger snake The tiger snake is very common and is found in southern and eastern australia.they are usually around a metre long, and have striped marking(hence the name tiger snake) home

10 Great white shark: The great white shark is affectionally known as the great white. It belongs to a group of sharks named Mackerel sharks. Sharks need to swim or else they will sink. Great white shark home

11 Funnel web spider T he funnel web spider is medium to large in size, with the body length ranging between 1 – 5 centimetres. They are darkly coloured, ranging from black to blue to plum to brown, with a glossy hairless carapace covering the front part of the body. home

12 Made By Mitch halmshaw And Mitch Emmlin


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