Among the native Australian animals: The male platypus is possibly considered one of the mot dangerous mammals in Australia because it has a poisonous spur on its hind leg. This poison is enough to cause excruciating pain to humans, but would not kill them. On the other hand, the poison is sufficient to kill a small dog. The dingo, although not truly native, is also dangerous, and in some areas of Australia are becoming increasingly more aggressive as they become used to people. On Fraser Island, off the Queensland coast, dingo attacks on children are becoming more frequent - and of course, there is the notorious case of baby Azaria Chamberlain who was taken by a dingo at Ayers Rock in 1980. Among the non-native animals: Packs of feral, wild dogs (not dingoes, but mixed breeds) remain one of the most dangerous threats to people and animals. Wild boars, Brahman bulls and short-tempered camels also deserve to be given a wide berth!
No. The most endangered mammal in Australia is Gilbert's potoroo.
The hippopotamus is reputed to be extremely dangerous to humans.
The most dangerous mammal to humans is another human. Humans kill more other humans than any other species on earth. If we eliminate humans, the hippopotamus is the most dangerous mammal on earth. It kills more people each year in Africa than any other mammal (excluding other humans, of course.)
Yes. The box jellyfish is indeed the most dangerous animal in Australia.
The most dangerous place in Australia is Sydney 2nd Adelaide 3rd Melbourne
The rarest and most endangered mammal in Australia is Gilbert's Potoroo.
Sydney is more likely to be the most dangerous city in Australia because there can be a lot of crime there, avoid Kings Cross in Sydney. It's the most dangerous place in Sydney!
The funnel web spider which is found in Australia is the most dangerous spider.
Recklessly driven speedboats.
The most dangerous jellyfish are found off the coast of Brazil. The second most dangerous are found in the Great Reefs of Australia.
The mammal emblem for South Australia is the hairy-nosed wombat.
Humans would be the most dangerous because we kill almmost everything. We make tons of animals endangered because of hunting and environment lost.
I'm going to have to say, the Wolverine is the most dangerous mammal of North America. They fight of Grizzlies and take down Moose.
Tiger or lion, possibly. For herbivore, possibly a moose or a bull.
Yes the redback is one of the most dangerous spiders in Australia.
The most dangerous snake in the world is the Tiger Snake. This is snake is mostly located in Australia.
the whitetailed deer
it is a:black corba
Yes, it is.The bilby is an endangered mammal of Australia. Specifically, it is a marsupial.
In or near Australia. The platypus, an egg-laying mammal, is native to eastern Australia and Tasmania.
Australia is home to some of the most dangerous creatures in the world. Being careful in Australia is mostly about being aware of the surroundings.
I would say the large cats, leopards, cougar, panther, lion, tiger are by far the most dangerous animal group to individual humans. Most dangerous to the human species as a whole is the common rat for the diseases they carry and spread.