10 Deadliest Beaches In The World

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Fraser Island – Australia

Heading to Fraser Island? Be aware that beaches don’t get more dangerous. Located off Queensland’s picturesque southern coast, this is a stunning spot. The sands are pristine and the ocean waters glisten in the sun. But those treading these spectacular shores face perils and hazards galore.

Forget about the aggressive Dingoes that often wander onto the sands and the Great White Sharks that patrol the ocean waters. It’s all about the jellyfish — and the stingers that are most common here rank amongst the deadliest around. Beware Blue Bottles and always look out for the infamous Irukandji. This species is small, for sure. But it’s also extremely venomous. One of the most poisonous jellyfish on the planet, the consequences can be dire for anyone stung by an Irukandji. Urgent medical attention is required. But with none available on Fraser Island, whether help arrives on time or not can be a matter of life or death.


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Author: Paul
Date: 1 December 2019