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    • I appreciate the use of "venom" instead of "poison"
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    • While this is hilarious, the more "Poison DPS" their venom deals the less time the combat drags on. Since most of them have a low HP pool they have to ensure combat only lasts a few rounds. This is why the honey badger messes up other creatures easily, it knows this weakness and exploits it.
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    • We consider it "overkiIl", they consider it "insurance"
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    • I’m actually curious to why because biologically speaking they should only have enough to property defend themselves from threats and kiII prey so how did they evolve to be so venomous?
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    • You guys like my new pet?
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    • What the FUCK is a funnel web spider
      Mickle1 6 jul
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    • its weird to think, evoulution works on an as needed basis so to speak. so why in the everloving fuck is there a need for such potent venom
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    • baggy closet
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    • Omg I didn’t know they could bite multiple targets at once
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    • Do people choose to live in Australia? Or are they just born there and they're just like "blimey, Guess I'm stuck here."
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    • So FurryPorn and Escalation to a lesser extent, why can’t y’all be more like Scarlett_OHara or boatman or SuperKamiGuru, yknow? People who might be furries or whatever, but it doesn’t really show cuz they just decent people, usually just being chill. (1/3)
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    • I got stung by the box jellyfish worse few weeks in my life
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    • I thought the cone snail was South American. I saw it on a nature doc once, can't remember which one.
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    • They forgot to mention Stonefish
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    • The potency of these toxins relate to how quickly they get the job done, while calculating that they CAN k1ll multiple animals of a certain size, this might take a much longer period of time. However, there is also the “biological arms race” component in which predator-prey relationship would cause
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    • They min maxed into venom
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    • For yall who dont know, poison is ingested and venom is injected
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    • What if their prey is a herd of elephants
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    • Bruh thats like saying, why do you need an assault rifle?!? Like tread on me and find out nigga
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    • Why is their venom so potent? I feel like a lot of nutrients and energy is wasted with those inefficiencies
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    • How much truth is to these stats? I was always confused how they get that figure. Do they mean a single sting to the foot could *ill an elephant? Or is it like if you dripped this venom directly onto the brains or hearts of these elephants it could *ill them all.
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    • They dont release all their poison in one bite, which is how most people end up surviving some of these encounters
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    • not mentioning the Brazilian Spider that makes you so horny that you dont notice you are dying? Ok?
      DumbGuy 6 jul
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    • What's a cone snail? And why can it kiII a herd of elephants?
      Rango16 8 jul
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    • Funnel web spider venom is only deadly to humans so there’s that
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    • In defense of sea animals with strong poison, of its not strong enough your prey will swim away before dying and you lose your meal
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    • Eastern brown snake not brown snake
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    • Well it’s also good for kiIIing predators, especially slow acting venom. If it isn’t strong enough to defend you from a larger threat then you’ll die and thus the stronger venom gets passed on
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    • What if there is an animal in Australia that exists that requires such potent venom to be neutralized, and we just haven't seen it yet...
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    • This is a counter to evolution. A species evolves as they need something. KiIIing a herd of elephants would have never been necessary; so, they wouldn't have gotten it from evolution. This means they were given this terrifying venom by a creator who knew what He was doing and did it anyway.
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    • Australian animals tend to be highly venomous because the chances of running into a prey item are slim, and so they need to maximize their prey’s chance of survival
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    • Almost forgot inland taipan*****
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    • That’s definitely more of African and Amazonian animals but yes
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    • Is it even safe to swim in the ocean in Australia with all that bullshit in the water
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    • Cone Snails don't have that powerful venom to k!ll multiple things, just enough that it has a chance to be fatal to humans. You all are just hung up on that previous post that called them the most deadly sea creature
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    • What show is this meme format from?
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    • I’m a real big fan of snake names, some get really specific like pit viper or anaconda and then you have the lazy names like brown snake, black snake, and rattle snake
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    • Nature scary
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    • The ocean is scary af. For the ones they listed I can’t imagine the fear of even coming close to them
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    • Cone snail is in California and Mexico too :)
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    • are you reading this OzzyManReview
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    • In case you actually want to know evolution is not an independent event. Organisms evolve in a system where each part is a different species that gives stimuli to other parts. So if something is pray to a predator with venom this will act as a stimulus for evolution and thru time the species in
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    • wb redback
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    • Pokemon need to step up their poison game
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    • I heard it’s only considered strong because of the amount of time humans as a species have encountered it, since Australia was the last landmass that was settled by us, we really didn’t build up a resistance to their venom, again it’s something I heard, not sure if it’s true
      Nfruits 6 jul
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    • Weird, they listed brown snake but failed to mention the Gaboon Viper or Black Mamba
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    • Diamond back rattlesnake. Ahit scares me
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    • I lost the game
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    • Poison dart frogs
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    • Come snail
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    • No. You have to be prepared at all times. Elephants could be your prey one day. Dream big
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    • Isaaack 6 jul
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    • Tell that to the inland taipan.
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    • We have funnel web spiders in North America, I see them quite frequently but have never heard they were so poisonous. Is there a different breed in Australia?
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    • The assault rifles of the wild
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    • It’s better to kiII prey on the spot, than to chase down injured prey across hot desert sand
      Biasatt 10 jul
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    • Anybody read that as Venmo and find understand for a little bit
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    • But what if you're attacked by a herd of elephants?
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    • It's so strong so the prey doesnt deveopl an immunity
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    • BROWN SNAKE LMAO ITS BROWN 🤣 🤣 🤣✊🏻✊🏻✊🏻
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    • Fuck trapdoor spiders and wolf spiders and eastern brown snakes and tiger snakes and taipans and dingos
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    • and then there's the gympie-gympie
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    • *Executioner wasp enters*
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    • Youre saying non Australian animals can?
      darth 9 jul
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    • When you get bitten or stung.
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    • I genuinely thought this was a good meme props to you
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    • That's precisely what it does, the thing is that they usually need prey to die almost instantly, so they made venoms capable of ending the life of over 20 of an animal dozens of times larger and heavier than their prey. Problem solved
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    • Same energy as "you dont need a gun because you could just tase them instead"
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    • Don't You Dare Forget about the copperhead snake
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    • What if they were made to ki11 something bigger than a herd of elephants? Like, I dunno... A Trex? A brachiosaurus?
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    • “Portuguese man of war”
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    • Not bad was expecting dart frogs up there good use of venom
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    • Funnel Web spider are scary as fuck
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    • The inland taipan
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    • It’s not just for prey it’s for predators too
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    • Gotta be sure
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    • It only needs to be strong enough to not be eaten
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    • How does a species develop a toxin over generations? Where does it come from? How does it know when it's strong enough to delife?
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    • Fuck the funnelweb spider
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    • Seriously thought why is the venom so potent? Wtf dif they used to hunt?
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    • Actually the reason why they evolve to develop such deadly toxins is often because their pray also evolves to resist it
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    • Our animals are crazy
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    • Maybe they are just really hungry for elephants
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    • I’ve only heard of the jelly fish one. Holy shit I was not ready for the others!!
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    • It happens because predators build up an immunity so they have to make it more potent and it keeps on going
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    • The inland taipan needs to be on here
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    • Wait is this referencing that news article where they found a lot of dead elephants for no reason ? what caused it
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    • But their prey are herds of elephants
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    • well then they’d definitely die because humans would go for that
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    • I read Australian and I thought it wouldn't say animals
      Aussie_L 7 jul
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    • Australian wilds are definitely just a tutorial level for hell
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