Very little is known about the life cycle and venom of Irukandji jellyfish. This is partly because they are too small and sufficiently fragile to require special handling and containment. Its venom is very powerful, 100 times as potent as that of a cobra, and 1000 times as potent as that of a tarantula.
The pictures showed how a hungry Nephila caught a finch called the Chestnut-breasted Mannikin on its web and ate it! The spider's venom decomposes the tissues and she literally "drinks" its prey through its small mouth. These pictures were proven to be real. This gluttonous spider couldn't finish the whole thing and probably had a stomach ache of eating so much.
Aboriginal children will throw good sized rocks at a king brown until its back is broken. These snakes are too big and too dangerous to approach with a shovel or the like. A shot gun might be used to kill them if they are in a house or about a garden.
He lulls you into complacency because his neurotoxic spurs don't directly kill humans most of the time. Don't be fooled; you'd beg for death. All human victims of Platypus stings suffer immediate hyperalgesia (clinical hypersensitivity to any sensation of pain) for weeks or even months after the sting.