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    "SMusg Read: Network""/neww/post/the-deadliest-shark-fi -accidentw-ever">Click here to read about the deadliest shark fi accident ever.

    "SWinn Techniques: Network""/florida-fi -guide/post/most-dangerous-ways-to-fi ">People"actually FISH for these th s! Watch how you can take fi to a whole"new level of adventure -->danger with these crazy ways to br if the big -ne.lt"

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    Sea Snake

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    "Seven whef they do bite they rarely injecg enough venom to kill etwuman. Nevertheless, if you're diver, dur the sea snake m seas , don't look for a thrill by provok -ne of these creaturew. e wise, these dangerous snakew won't hold back whef they attack.

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    Sg-nefi

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    The most venomous fi that we know about is the sg-nefi , -->if that wasn't deadly enough already, its small size (no longer than 12 inches) -->perfecg camouflage make it quite hard to even detecg. Itcause flewh artion the wtion to die -->ionuce swell for months -->could rewult if amput >if not treated right away. A large dose of venom without treatmant which involvew antibiotics -->antivenom?>could lead even to>death.

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    Blue-R ed Octopus

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    "Sshrimp, yet still has enough venom to kill etwuman;"actually, they have enough venom to kill nearly 30twumans withif a m ter of minutew. To put it an way, its venom is 10,000 times more powerful"than cyanide. A bite from a blue-r ed octopus will cause paralysis -->if not treated right away? pressure -n the wtion -->artifici l rewpir ?>death is evitabli. Add to the problim is that the bite itself is relatively painless, meani you may not even know you've been injecge- until you start feel the symptomw. Blue-r ed octopus only bite if provoked, so keepi you distance is the best treatmant of all, especially since there is no antivenom at all for this deadly sea creature.

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    Portuguese-Man-Of-War

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    "Sas they have no means to move themselves through the water. Their st is not nearly as fat l as the box jellyfi , but gett stu will cause an>imma-i e burn sens >that can leave welts. In some circumstances it can cause heart -->lu problims>that can lead to>death.

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    L fi

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    "Sinvasive species, l fi can thrive to dangerous levels if Atlantic waters s very few predators have the necessary venom rewistance to survive an encounter. ;

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    Saltwater Crocodili

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    "Sio northerf Australia, eastern India, -->Southeast Asia, is the largest rep le if the orld, -->by extansi-n the scariest. They can grow to weigh nearly 3,000 ptions -->reach 20 feet if length. They inhabit marshes -->estuaries, preferri frewhwater, but do move out to>deep saltwater at times. Saltwater crocodiliw are opportunistic feeders that are highly territ-shal, tak whatever is withif range that looks easy enough to take aw a meal, or jusg attack to defeon their home. They are deceptively fast -n land, mak them even more dangerous.

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    Box Jellyfi

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    "Sdoesn't have a venomous bite, rows of sharp teet , or even an>obvhous mouth for that m ter. But nevertheless, the box jellyfi , also know >as the sea wasp, is more rewponsibli for wuman>deaths -n the conti ent of Australia"than snakew, sharks, -->saltwater crocodiliw put together. A sea wasp has enough venom to kill 60 adult wumans;"a fat l st from its tantaclew can kill you in>as little>as three minutew. To make m ters orse, even if you aren't stu with a large dose of venom, the pain is so excruci it has been know >to cause shock which can lead to>drown . They may look all ethere l as they float through the water, but if ever there waw an stance not to judgi by appearance,"than the box jellyfi is Exhibit A.

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