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Ahh, l'Australie... Ses plages de sable fin, ses kangourous, ses habitants acceuillants et sa chaleur écrasante... C'est aussi le pays qui recense le plus d'animaux qui veulent potentiellement votre mort, d'i...

Marble Cone Snail, living in Australia, is one of the most poisonous animals on earth. One drop of venom of a marble cone snail can kill 20 humans and there is no antidote.

Charonia tritonis by Ben Naden, via Flickr    C. tritonis is one of the few animals that feeds on the crown-of-thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci. Occasional plagues of this large and destructive starfish have killed extensive areas of coral on the Great Barrier Reef of Australia and the western Pacific reefs.

Charonia tritonis (Triton) are one of the few natural predators of Crown-Of-Thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci), which feeds on live coral, destroying the reef.

Lambis Scorpius is the common name for these conch shells. They are a beautiful species of large sea snail and are more delicate and pointed than other conch shells.

Lambis Scorpius Lambis Scorpius is the common name for these attractive shapely conch shells. They are a beautiful species of large sea snail and are more delicate and pointed than other conch shells, with each finger looking quite like a scorpion's tail.

Shigeki Nishimura‎  Gongylostona callonia dautzenbergiana

Shigeki Nishimura‎ Gongylostona callonia dautzenbergiana

Il clima si studia grazie agli elefanti marini  Analizzando gli spostamenti dei grandi animali marini grazie a dei sensori satellitari. Così un gruppo di ricercatori ha scoperto uno dei fiumi sottomarini che contribuiscono a regolare la temperatura della Terra  Leggi l'articolo su Galileo (http://www.galileonet.it/articles/512cd6f0a5717a7de700009f)  Credits immagine: Census of Marine Life E/Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/55038698@N03/)

Il clima si studia grazie agli elefanti marini Analizzando gli spostamenti dei grandi animali marini grazie a dei sensori satellitari. Così un gruppo di ricercatori ha scoperto uno dei fiumi sottomarini che contribuiscono a regolare la temperatura della Terra Leggi l'articolo su Galileo (http://www.galileonet.it/articles/512cd6f0a5717a7de700009f) Credits immagine: Census of Marine Life E/Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/55038698@N03/)

Rooster Tail conch seashells are unique.  This conch shell has a giant flaring lip that protrudes like the comb of the rooster.  AKA:  strombus gallus

Rooster Tail conch seashells are unique. This conch shell has a giant flaring lip that protrudes like the comb of the rooster.

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