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Farsala said:
curl-6 said:

I've actually never heard of such a spider.

Statically, the most deadly animals in Australia are actually horses and cows haha. 

Yeah big cats and wolves aren't really dangerous anywhere to humans. Even in Africa with all of the Lions, the bigger danger to humans are Hippos. But even then Snakes and insects far surpass any of those.

Australia is actually pretty safe, the amount of people we have who die per year from snakes/crocodiles/etc is actually really low and we haven't had a spider death in decades.



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Farsala said:
curl-6 said:

I've actually never heard of such a spider.

Statically, the most deadly animals in Australia are actually horses and cows haha. 

Yeah big cats and wolves aren't really dangerous anywhere to humans. Even in Africa with all of the Lions, the bigger danger to humans are Hippos. But even then Snakes and insects far surpass any of those.

Not sure about the snakes, but for insects at least isn't that much more to do with the diseases that they carry? ie. the insects themselves aren't all that dangerous, it's just that there's a high chance they could be carrying a deadly disease which they can pass on to you.



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curl-6 said:
Farsala said:

Yeah big cats and wolves aren't really dangerous anywhere to humans. Even in Africa with all of the Lions, the bigger danger to humans are Hippos. But even then Snakes and insects far surpass any of those.

Australia is actually pretty safe, the amount of people we have who die per year from snakes/crocodiles/etc is actually really low and we haven't had a spider death in decades.

Yeah spiders aren't that dangerous. Venomous snakes definitely are though.

Ka-pi96 said:
Farsala said:

Yeah big cats and wolves aren't really dangerous anywhere to humans. Even in Africa with all of the Lions, the bigger danger to humans are Hippos. But even then Snakes and insects far surpass any of those.

Not sure about the snakes, but for insects at least isn't that much more to do with the diseases that they carry? ie. the insects themselves aren't all that dangerous, it's just that there's a high chance they could be carrying a deadly disease which they can pass on to you.

Yeah mosquitoes mostly.



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Farsala said:
curl-6 said:

Australia is actually pretty safe, the amount of people we have who die per year from snakes/crocodiles/etc is actually really low and we haven't had a spider death in decades.

Yeah spiders aren't that dangerous. Venomous snakes definitely are though.

They're dangerous alright, but on average they only kill about 2 people per year, in a country of over 23 million.



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EnricoPallazzo said:
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eu disse corinthians, nao sao paulo