Check out the Giant Centipede
Australia is home to some weird and dangerous animals.
Even the centipedes found in Australia are dangerous.
Take this giant centipede.
It measures up to 6 inches in length.
In addition to being large, this centipede is also venomous.
It injects the venom from claws that are found near its head.
This centipede has between 21 and 23 pairs of legs and the first pair wrap around the head and used to inject the poison.
The venom is deadly to insects and small rodents but is not strong enough to kill large mammals.
People who are stung report it hurting for several days and no deaths have been reported from their venom.
This animal lives under logs, leaves, and rocks and hunts insects, worms, and snails at night.
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