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Australia's Deadliest

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Crocodiles are ambush hunters and will lie in wait for hours watching their prey before they strike at deadly speeds.

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Are you dreaming or not?! A a grandmother wakes to an 8-foot crocodile dragging her son's friend from his tent. Immediately, she leaps onto its back, only to be attacked herself as the croc grabs her by the arm. Then, Madison rides her bike when she is swooped by an Australian magpie. The bird chases her and swoops down to peck at her eye until it pops. Finally, Jayne is unsure why she is feeling unwell, until she discovers that one little mosquito bite resulted in Australia's Ross River Fever.

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