Australia is home to many of the most dangerous creatures on the planet including snakes, spiders, sharks, crocodiles and jellyfish. If you are unlucky enough to get bitten, eaten or stung by one of these animals you could be dead within minutes.
It is however rare for this to happen and for many of these creatures in the list below there are very good treatments available.
Australia is one of the most diverse and beautiful places on Earth and a huge part of what makes it so interesting is its fauna.
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Located just outside Buenos Aires, Argentina, Lujan Zoo provides zoogoers the opportunity to bottle feed a bear, cuddle a tiger, or rub noses with a lion, and, if these pictures are accurate, walk away un-mauled. While many visitors assert the animals are clearly drugged, the zoo insists the tameness is entirely natural, a product of raising each cub from birth and teaching them to be calm, permissive, and uninterested in eating humans.
Remember, Pokémon are as real as we believe they are, okay? [Via BuzzFeed]
1. Pikachu = Quokka
2. Squirtle = Turtle (duh)
3. Caterpie = Caterpillar (also duh)
4. Charmander = Salamander*
*Do not light on fire
5. Pidgey = Sparrow
6. Rattata = Rat
7. Ekans = Snake (E-K-A-N-S = S-N-A-K-E)
8. Sad Meowth = Sad Cat
9. Ponyta = Pony*
*Also, do not light on fire.
10. Kangaskhan = Kangaroo
11. Horsea = Seahorse (get it?)
12. Rhyhorn = Rhinoceros
13. Drowzee = Tapir
14. Sandshrew = Pangolin
15. Eevee = Fennec Fox
16. Krabby = Crab (Ohhhhhhhhh)
17. Snorlax = A Bear Saying Hello
18. Mewtwo = This Horrible, Disgusting Cat
It’s been a hard day in front of the camera . . . and this young bear has clearly had enough of posing.
The bear, weary after a day of being photographed fishing and eating, simply closed his eyes and covered his face.
He was pictured in remote Kamchatka, in Russia’s far east, by wildlife photographer Yury Sorokin, who got within a few feet of the animal.
The 33-year-old, from Moscow, was just a couple of metres away when the camera shy bear decided he’d had enough and closed his eyes before covering his face with his paw.
Mr Sorokin said: 'The bear was fishing for red salmon in the lake and after eating a substantial dinner decided to have a rest in the sun.
'I think it was at that point that he decided enough was enough.
'He’d hardly paid any attention to me all day but once he’d exhausted himself and filled his belly I guess he just wanted to relax on his own without me taking pictures.
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