Casually Explained: Dangerous Australian Wildlife Tier List

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  • I greatly appreciate you omitting the actual images of the spiders

  • How is your dad? I recently wached your ageing video.

  • So I’m guessing huntsman spiders are the long legs in Australia!

  • Wow. No gimpy gimpy tree on the list

  • "I haven't even said anything and you are already sad ". Social life in a nutshell.

  • Why do I still think the huntsman spider is the scariest thing on this list?

  • Look man I get you’re from Tasmania and therefore have the condition “Chernobyl Syndrome” but how do you miss Magpies man they scary as. In all seriousness, your epic good job.

  • >woolworths sausage I'm so damn angry

  • TierZoo stuff lol

  • I'm more scared of bullants than I am of jumping jacks ... bullant bites itch and hurt for days!

    • should also note that both jumping jacks and bull ants sting you, they don't bite. Which is why it's so nasty

  • I think you and exurb should colab or some.

  • He totally didn’t read any of this on off the Internet

  • All true. Plus, quality viewing.

  • Good thing you mentioned drop bear... one of the most dangerous animals on the continent.

  • TELSTRA

  • I am no expert. At 3:54 that is an alligator, only difference in danger level between the two, crocodile's are like pissed off Karen's 24/7.

  • Here’s what I got from this video Don’t go to Austraya

  • 5:30 Gold

  • After a 2 month hiatus a random video on Australia mate 🤔

  • Jack Jumper ants sit a man down and make him re think his decisions.

  • Says his from Australia, but is actually from the shit hole island that everyone agrees should be excluded from our nation.

  • 5:30 lol

  • I thought you'd say perry the platypus... shame.

  • True.

  • Thanks for the fade lmao

  • This is hillarious.

  • Magpies need to be on the list, they are at least an A or B their

  • More content

  • Can agree that the sun is bad in Australia

  • Your examples of crocodiles were all alligators

  • Beavers will also fuck you up. Do not go near them. They will chomp straight through your shin.

  • you pronounced "Australia" correctly!!!

  • Where is the cassorary?

  • My uncle was killed by a drop bear :/

  • And the Brits said let's make a colony here

  • Man british netflix has it all

  • my computer glitched when he was talking about the dropbear loving bunnings snags and i thought he was just really passionate about white bread for a second there

  • Idk why I haven’t been getting my notifications

  • I wasn't ready for that life substractor joke.

  • S for Steve Erwin...rip

  • what a creepy laugh at the end..lol dude

  • Fuck I thought this was a TierZoo video

  • The beaver joke is my absolute favourite one from you. I remember it occasionally and I look like a goof when I laugh to myself in public.

  • Lmao brown snake go *sssss*

  • Hell is actually Australia at night time

  • No mention of the tree that if you get stung by its leaves causes extreme pain for the rest of your life?

  • S tear for sunscreen Me who’s allergic: fuck

  • TierZoo needs a shoutout in this video.

  • I call bnllsh!t i drowned a scorpion in the bathroom sink left it there Came back sometime later it was running around trying to get out then i pulled out the degreaser and it died in seconds finally

  • thanks for this!

  • there always two steps in front of you literally

  • Well for snakes you are missing the inland taipan most venomous snake on the planet the Eastern and western brown snakes and the tiger snake and what about the true s rank the Australian magpie

  • I might be weird but the "because I lived inside" bit got me better than any part of the video

  • I had to pause the video to laugh at "laugh subtracter"

  • At the F tier part I was dying lmao

  • Holy shit he really never misses

  • Magpies???

  • Nobody: The Platypus: Hee I will look

  • never heard of Telstra; except that Shadiversity worked there. No coconut crabs, am I just to assume they are F-tier?

  • So when are you making another video with Harstem?

  • Didn’t we give the US some eucalyptus trees as a gift a long time ago? I think they got planted in California.

  • Wow. I was *not* expecting Telstra on there. Ooof

  • 5:42 *always 2 steps ahead. Sneaky*

  • Dropbear sounds like some kind of WWE wrestling move

  • "and just like cute miniature dogs they're completely filled with evil"

  • As an Australian actor to help prepetuate the myth that Australia is real. I conquer that this list is accurate.

  • Can we all take a minute to appreciate his Aussie accent

  • Lmao this guys videos are perfect everytime

  • Dude, i love TierZoo!

  • now i 've watched every video on this channel

  • Thanks for fading it in

  • You didn't mention the Gympie Gympie which is so painful it makes people want to die

  • Do you have a sister

  • Life subtractor lmao

  • 5:28 omg "LIFE SUBSTRACTOR"

  • Didn't even mention the Gympie Gympie.

  • Dude..why aren't you actually working as a writer for hollywood

  • His Australian accent sounds exactly like I Did A Thing

  • Magpies?

  • I don’t understand why stingrays are S teir. I’ve been swimming with stingrays and you can pet them. They are generally pretty chill and friendly.

    • Steve Irwin was killed by a Stingray and they gained infamy from that day on.

  • you forgot the Australian Magpie. those things are literal demons reincarnated by satan himself to torture the people of Australia for having a life.

  • Not the type of Echidna I know...

  • For those who wonder how we got here so long ago . We had to you use the Time Stone 🌠to stop thanos.. there was no other way

  • he’s guaranteed a million view

  • Life subtracter was great.

  • Telstra. Should have just left it at that. I know non Australians wouldn't get it but..

  • are you insinuating im a shark? lol

  • You forgot to add the typical bogan

  • So in F Tier, we have all the animals that look nice and are actually really friendly: So in E Tier...

  • I realise this is meant to be funny, and I did love it, but a few things: - Stingrays would be on the 'I'm just not going to go near that thing' tier as it looks dangerous but is only such when it feels threatened. The reason Steve Irwin died is because he swam over one, it took fright and lashed out, and it happened to go into his heart. Like the reasoning for the Great White, but much less dangerous. - Crocodiles are quite smart. A ford was put across a river in Kakadu NP and it causes a dam effect as it fills with tide water from the seaward side. Fish trying to get to upstream have to wait for this, so they all spill over the road all together. Crocs have learnt to wait on the upstream side for the fish to just flood over. Think of bears at a narrow/shallow part of a river waiting for salmon to run the gauntlet. - Huntsmans are actually quite dangerous. They cause many car accidents when they fall on people from the sun visor or run around the dashboard and cause drivers to lose control. - Honey bees are more dangerous than spiders due to frequency of stinging intersecting with frequency of allergic reactions, though to be fair, these are European bees; Native bees are stingless. - Koalas are also dangerous to handle due to their sharp claws. Years ago a couple of young men went to the Australian Reptile Park to steal a koala. The koala tore them up so badly they stole a 1.5m crocodile instead. - Eucalyptus trees can drop their branches without warning. Many people have died over the years from branches crushing their cars or tents. The River Redgum is known as the Widow Maker as it drops large branches more frequently than most and don't need a strong wind to make it happen. - Surely platypus should be in the 'Looks friendly, but actually isn't', especially as it is only the males that have a venomous spur? - Under 'Looks friendly, but actually isn't', I also suggest the Gympie Gyimpie plant. Though not common in it's natural environment, it has caused people to kill themselves due to the incredible pain its stingers inflict.

  • SO did Ned Kelley wear that Armor for his shootout with the police, or was it just luck that a fear of the wild life inspired protection

  • I'm a big fan. I'm glad I found this series

  • The like is for fading in the huntsman

  • When you realize every single one of his vids have over 1mill

  • "Life Subtracter" that's a 5,000 IQ play

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  • Can you do casual explained how to die

  • Got stung by a baby stingray last Christmas. That is a lot of pain, not recommended! Went to the hospital only to discover there is nothing they can do, just numb the whole area and hope you get over it before the numbness wears off.

  • That looks like some great weed! 5:47