Even the worms are bigger here! LOL Giant Gippsland earthworm, Megascolides Australis. They can grow up to 3 meters (about 9 feet) long!

Massive Australian earthworm can grow up to 9 feet long [7 pictures]

The one giant worm that takes the cake, is a species in South Africa called Microchaetus rappi which has been recorded reaching lengths of meters – that’s 22 feet long!

Witchety Grub - Larva of the Cossid moth, Endoxyla Leucomochla, and other wood-eating moths, is sought out by Indigenous Australian Aborigines as the most important high-protein insect food of the desert.

The grub of the Goliath Beetle, the largest insect on earth. My god, that will be juicy & delicious who can eat insect :)

Christmas tree in Australia…

Christmas tree in Australia…

Christmas tree in Australia // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - THIS IS SO TRUE

Echidna crossing, only in #Australia.

Echidna crossing, only in Australia. - How cute is this, they are staying in their little road crossing!

It isn't enough to be slimy, wriggly, and huge, but this worm is BLUE and makes grunting noises. Naturally it is from Australia.

This otherworldly Australian earthworm, Terriswalkeris terraereginae, not only looks likes delicious candy, but the mucin it releases is luminescent, and it grows up to 2 meters long.


Northern Territory and Western Australia Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.

The Big Crocodile, Normanton QLD, is actually a life size replica of the biggest croc ever 'taken' in the WORLD!

Krys - the salt water croc was shot in 1957 on the banks of the Norman River Normanton by a lady - Krystina Pawloski. This is a replica of the exact size - metres or I've had my photo taken inside its jaws and just the size is mind blowing.

What Aussies think makes them Aussies. As tweeted via Twitter's globally trending #youknowyoureaustralianwhen hashtag.

You say 'Straya instead of Australia.

A 22 foot, 2500 pound Crocodile

22 foot - 2500 pound Crocodile The people in a village on the Niger River in Africa were losing fellow villagers at such a rapid rate, that they had to call in the Army to hunt down the culprit. A 22 foot, 2500 pound Crocodile