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Old 21st February 2013, 11:14 AM
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Default Nature's Deadliest Man-Killers! Ah!

Nature, you scary!

Sure, there may be cute kitties, adorable puppies and aww-inducing bunnies, but the animal kingdom is constantly looking for a way to rip your face off, pass on a deadly disease or inject you with a deadly venom! From snakes to bears, piranhas to baracudas...pelicans to mongooses. Nature is after you and wants to eat you!

So, here's a thread to discuss nature's most awesome and terrifying man-eaters or man-killers. Whether it's notorious individual rogues who got a taste for humans and just couldn't stop themselves, or if they're just a species born to maul your face off!

What are your favourite man-killing animals?

Have you ever been attacked by one?

Got any survival tips or grizzly facts about some man-killing creatures?

Big or small - let us know and have some fun below!


Check out this interactive infographic I created the other day for loads of great links/videos/etc - The Bay: Nature's Deadliest Man Killers! - ThingLink





So, come on, don't be shy - let us know your most terrifying creature....
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Old 21st February 2013, 11:16 AM
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Beware the wandering spider! It'll give you a raging hard-on
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Old 21st February 2013, 05:05 PM
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Wandering spider is EVIL!

Anaconda is another deadly creature!
Also Poison arrow frogs! They can look innocent but their skin can make you scream in pain!
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The funnel-web spider gives me the chills.It's the way they hide under the rim of the dunny, or in your slippers!
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Old 18th March 2013, 12:07 PM
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Perhaps the most terrifying thing about The Bay is just how possible it is to happen! These flesh-eating isopods in the film and not from fiction, they really do exsit! To celebrate the release of this great film, check out some of these other real-life eco-horrors...

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