It really is like that.
>>4466581The lethality of the venom is the issue.
>>4466581t. seppo cunt
>>4466581Black widows exist all over the world
>>4466615Sure, but it's not as special as the popular impression. Statistics bear out that the wildlife in Canada is more dangerous.
>>4466581>trannijakBack to /v/.
>>4466581Black widows aren't exclusive to Australia and they're not nearly as deadly as the other creatures pictured
>>4466581>This post if extremely low quality
Is the implication that Australia's animals aren't dangerous? I don't speak schizo
>>4467056Thanks for the bump!
>>4467073Didn't bump your lame, low-quality seethe thread, but you're welcome regardless friend ^_^
>>4467063Not him but, the implication is that there are plenty of animals that are considered dangerous all across the world, but people fixate on Australia because of memes.
>australian animals in fiction>complete chads from irl death world>australian animals in reality>is that a fox/rabbit/rat? aaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh i'm going extinct pls save me!!!!!
>>4467040/v/ is the main board behind the flamewar with 4cuck and soiteens
>>4467051That is a redback spider
>>4467364I got the feeling the whole bad reputation of australian native fauna is just how subtly yet fundamentally different they are to the rest of the world. They’re an entire isolated continent from the rest of the world, and the wildlife evolved independently. Instead of the big placental mammalian beasts most of the world has, they got the weird-ass marsupials for example. Like sure, in australia you got a big, hyper-agressive cassowary that will tap-dance on your skull, but in America you got deers which will do the exact same thing. The difference is, it’s fucking weird when a gaudy tropical bird with a bright blue face does it, and that’s where most of the shock value comes from.
>>4467446NTA but I'd argue a lot of it has to deal with venomous animals. Blue-ringed octopuses, the myriad of spiders and deadly snakes and of course monitor lizards(to some extent) all possessing deadly venom. The reason for it all though is almost certainly because venom is more useful to cold-blooded animals, to which Australia is more dominated by, as you kind of imply.
>>4467446>Deer which will do the exact same thingDeer either just side-eye me or run when I approach them, quit lying. The only situatuion where I can see a person being attacked by a deer is when it's a doe with fawns or an extra-horny buck or bull loaded with testosterone.