Fancy a little trip to the land down under? Well, there’s a few things you need to be aware of, which includes and is not limited to, the following (and in no particular order): sunshine, kangaroos, cows, snakes, sharks, alligators, surfing, the Sydney Opera House, and the Outback. However, there’s just one little thing we forgot to mention – pest control companies need to quickly become your bestie. Why? Was the list we just provided not reason enough? No? Okay then, sit back, relax, and take a gander at these alarming photos found only in Australia.
Okay, so in this case, no exterminator is going to be able to help but then again, maybe it’s worth a try. Or better yet, how about you don’t go swimming with the fishies and stick to something innocent, like indoor pools.
Crab Yah Later
Nope, none of the pest control companies will help you get rid of the Monster Coconut Crab – the largest crab found throughout Australia. Yeah, these fellas exist, it’s not something out of a Stephen King novel.
So Australia does have some pretty wild tourist attractions if you like to live life on the wild side. I mean, granted, you are trapped in a plastic sphere while hungry alligators and crocodiles swim around you. If that’s what you’re into well it’s possible to achieve – check that off your bucket list.
When It Floods
Ahem, whatever pest control companies you have on speed dial, we suggest you contact them immediately. Be sure to inquire what kind of pest control services they offer or in this case, scream for help!
I’m sorry but what exactly are we looking at here? Clearly it’s a deceased shark with a human arm, clutching a knife, protruding from one of its orifices. What we don’t understand is how something like this is even remotely possible.
Creepy Times 10
Why yes, that would be a anaconda devouring a bat. What – like it’s hard?
Look, it goes without saying that when you’ve had a long, stressful day at the office, all you want to do is get home and unwind. It’s a totally rational expectation. However, if you arrive home to this….well, it’s safe to say that the quiet night in you imagined is easily out the window.
Size Doesn’t Matter
We’d like to point that this is a teeny tiny snake, nay a teeny tiny venomous snake that is incredibly dangerous. Why? Well this slithery fella has enough venom to kill a room filled with adult humans. SOOOOOO maybe incredibly dangerous is a wee bit of an understatement?
A Song of Fire and…Fire
First of all, no, this is not a photoshopped image whatsoever. In fact it is just the natural workings of Mother Nature doing what she does best. Cleansing nature or something like that.
Are you familiar with the toilet paper debate of over or under? Of course you are. – which is why this picture serves as evidence as to why under is always the better choice. Unless you’re totally paranoid, then be sure to check *both* sides.
Pretty sure no explanation is needed in this particular situation. Right? Right! Although we will say, HAHAHAHAHAHAAH. That is all.
I’m Like A Bird, I Wanna Fly Away
Due to the fact that exterminators can’t kill off all the giant bats, you’ll just have to suck it up. And yes, the bats really are this big.
Your Friendly Neighborhood Spidermen
Most of all it seems like pest control companies really need to up their game when it comes to spiders. Come on, this is just creepy beyond belief.
Greatest Photobomb EVER
Since we gifted you with one pretty awesome photobomb, we’re proud to bring you yet another brilliant one. Although in this case, it’s the ostrich’s turn.
What? I Was Hungry.
Uhh, let’s go out on a limb and say that pest control companies didn’t attack this shark first. Furthermore we’re not entirely sure the dog did either. Actually, we’re confused by the entire situation right now.
They See Me Rollin’
First of all, is this real life? Rather than speculating, let’s pretend that it is (heck, it might even be), and run far, far away.
Shark versus gator – only one has what it takes to survive the wild. Consequently, did you ever think it would be the gator?
What’s especially relevant in this photo is that it just goes to prove that there all kinds of people around the globe – some who don’t even realize that beanie babies are now worth millions of dollars.
First off, this is a clearly staged tour, cause no way that gator decided to just pop up. Or maybe he did, and we’ll just never know. Furthermore if we were alone, not even pest control companies could have lent a hand.
Let’s go to Australia, it’ll be fun they said. Probably a waste to point out that you shouldn’t go during jellyfish season, eh?
Stuck on You
Everyone, please meet the Ixodes Holocyclus, aka the Australian paralysis tick. Whichever way you put it, out of 75 species, the Ixodes Holocyclus is thought to be the most medically important when it comes to Australian ticks. #nothanks
You Can’t See Me
Reef Stonefish are master camouflagers, which is just one terrifying thing about this carnivorous ray-finned fish. Often they live on reef bottoms and camouflage themselves as a rock so you really need to watch your step. Under the circumstances you might not think of this as a big deal until we point out that it has venomous spines and is THE most venomous fish in the entire world.
Rather than focusing on the negatives here – i.e. that shark in the background – let’s keep it together cause hey, you’re on TV! Wait, maybe we should focus on the shark in the background, right?
I Vant To Suck Your Blood
Also found in Australia, bats the size of Dracula. Can someone please explain to us how this is even possible? Isn’t this all some kind of myth? Guess not.
No, Just No
Just goes to further prove that you should always check the toilet before you sit down. Due to the fact that what’s pictured below could be waiting for you and let’s face it, no one wants that.
Are you a shopaholic? Conceivably you might not be if you found a gigantic snake in between the racks – just goes to show why we mentioned having pest control companies on speed dial. Never know when you’ll need to ring them up.
Nothing to see here, it’s just a man riding a blue motorbike with his sheep. Totally normal? The answer is yes if you live in Australia it would seem.
Potentially you might need pest control companies and a group of many exterminators if you ever encounter a situation such as this one. If only for the reason to cover you while you run for safety. Far, far away.
Blending In Just Fine
Indeed while you’re in Australia, you probably want to go hiking, it’s only reasonable. Keep your eyes fixated on your surroundings cause you never know what might be lurking, moreover you never know what might ~blend~ in with your surroundings.
Stephen King Approved
Hey Stephen King, were you looking for additional creepy, terrifying ideas for your next novel? Look no further than the land down under.
The Mighty Python
May someone please explain to me why this person opted to snap a photo of this snake in their ceiling instead of calling an exterminator? Does anyone comprehend the logic behind this?!
What Is It With Floods?
Better yet, can someone explain to me why sharks keep washing up on the streets when it floods? My goodness, this is truly mind-boggling.
Wow, you just can’t home without snakes and giant lizards crawling all over your house, can you? Furthermore, it seems like you just need to offer your own pest control services otherwise you’ll never make it in Australia.
I Spy With My Little Eye…
A shark. A freaking shark. Apparently you can’t go home, you can’t stay safe on the streets when it floods, and you can’t go surfing without a shark joining in. Anything else?
So, This Happened
Not even the wildlife are safe, well in this case, it’s just nature doing what it does – it’s the circle of life. Everyone in the animal kingdom is some kind of exterminator it seems like.
Remember how we mentioned Stonefish? Yeah, we mean “the most venomous fish in the entire world”, that one. Fret not, there are signs posted everywhere just to remind you, so that’s something we guess.
What. In. The. World. Are. We. Looking. At. Here. My mind is frazzled right now and I can’t even form coherent sentences anymore, which is clearly a problem.
In Other News
Of course it could be worse, the news could be reporting a cyclone and they urge people to remain indoors so of course they logically post a photo of a shark that washed up on shore due to the effects of the cyclone. Classy.
Bug Life – Pest Control Companies Anyone?
Yuck, yuck, yuck. Bugs are just the worst and this poor guy is clearly suffering. Moreover we’re not sure why he hasn’t contacted some pest control companies cause he clearly needs the help. Like right now.
Snakes On A Plane, Literally
First of all, this ~actually~ happened. Passengers were on a Qantas jet heading to Papua New Guinea when they got quite the shock. Clinging to the wing at 30,000ft, a 12ft python battled to survive the freezing conditions.