This large reptile is the largest living crocodile species and can grow up to 23 feet in length. It is found in the northern regions of Australia and is known for its aggressive behavior and ability to hunt and kill humans.
The box jellyfish is considered the most venomous marine animal in the world. Its tentacles are covered with thousands of tiny, toxin-filled stingers that can cause heart failure and death in just a few minutes.
Eastern Brown Snake
This snake is highly venomous and is responsible for the majority of snakebite deaths in Australia. It is found throughout the eastern and central regions of the country and is known for its aggressive behavior when threatened.
The funnel-web spider is a highly venomous spider found in eastern Australia. Its venom can cause serious illness or death, especially in children and the elderly.
The Great White Shark
The Great White Shark is one of the most feared predators in the world and is found in Australian waters. While shark attacks are relatively rare, they can be fatal and have occurred along the country's coastline.