The 13 Most Dangerous Beaches in the World

Cape Tribulation, Australia. If you want to swim the waters of the aptly named Cape Tribulation, Cape-Trib.com suggests you wear a ‘stinger suit’ as the area is home to a lot of stinging jellyfish. Saltwater crocodiles are also prevalent; the locals advise visitors stay away from swimming in the mouths of rivers. If that’s not enough to keep you out of the water, consider these obstacles: Cassowaries—big flightless birds—whose dagger-like claws ‘can disembowel you,’ and stinging trees which, yes, can actually sting you quite painfully with their jagged-edged leaves.

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Per: MSN Lifestyle

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