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Published on December 6, 2008

Author: smcgree


Slide 1: The Most Dangerous Animals in Australia Slide 2: The Most Dangerous Animals in Australia ? Slide 4: Spider bite 1 death every 2 years Crocodile attack less than 1 death per year Snake bite just over 1 death per year Shark attack almost 2 deaths per year Horse riding accidents cause 8 deaths per year

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