And the award for most disturbing picture of all time goes to... this snake eating a bat!
These 3-foot long earthworms live in red clay soils along stream banks AND in your nightmares.
Fun fact: The "L" in Samuel L. Jackson stands for Lufthansa.
Fun fact: Snakes make up 72% of Australia's workforce.
Hey, look! It's Monty Poothon.
Speaking of snakes, here's a python lifting a wallaby with its mouth. NBD.
Don't worry, they also eat birds.
This giant venomous centipede managed to kill and eat this snake after a heated confrontation. The centipede was sick of the snake leaving the toilet seat up.¯_(ãƒ„)_/¯
"Dingo ate my sharky."
Before and after feeding time. Yikes.
These giant bats are known as Flying Foxes because they're closer to the size of a fox than a bat. They generally don't harm humans but they've been known to prey on eagles and crocodiles!
Just your average, 18-foot long crocodile eating a bull shark.
"Ooh! A giant jellyfish. I should probably touch it."
Native to to the marine waters of Australia, this box jellyfish has venom a thousand times more powerful than a tarantula, even though it is no larger than a penny. Anyway, have a good swim.
Reef Stonefish are extremely well camouflaged, often blending in with rocks and coral. Cool! They also have thirteen stout, dorsal fin spines which can inject an extremely poisonous venom. Not cool!
These pictures would have you believe that Australia is a country filled with monstrous creatures constantly eating each other. Here's the thing: It's true!
Crikey! Who has time to be scared of sharks when there's a 13-foot long crocodile swimming around.
Wow, a souvenir! A venomous souvenir that stings and paralyzes humans with its barbed, harpoon-like tooth! Wait, what?
They might not be able to fly like the other birds, but cassowaries can run up to 30mph, jump 5 feet high and kill humans with their powerful legs and sharp claws. Good thing this guy just happened to have an old, rusty refrigerator door on him!
Just because the mole cricket spends most of its time under ground doesn't mean it doesn't fly around and bite humans. Sweet dreams!