Of the 25 most venomous snakes in the world, can you guess how many are Australian? The short answer is: bloody heaps.
A list has found its way on to social media highlighting the fact that 21 of the world's 25 most deadly snakes can be found in Australia, and it's freaking the world out.
The creator of the list is Snake Rescue and Relocation Training's Bob Cooper, who made the printout as part of his training kit to teach people to deal with these scaled beauties.
only 5 of the top 25 most venomous snakes in the world are NOT in Australia. yup everything wants to kill us here pic.twitter.com/2WhCKT20qr— spankyhunter (@RichardkurnieJ) March 8, 2016
Cooper told The Huffington Post Australia he regularly came into contact with snakes on the list.
"I keep a lot of them at home -- we've got tiger snakes, western browns, cobras, death adders, dugites, we use them in training," Cooper told HuffPost Australia.
And how do participants in his courses react coming face to face with incredibly venomous snakes?
"With a respectable amount of fear, and that's what we encourage," Cooper said.
"You can't be complacent with snakes, it's the fear that keeps you alert.
"I do this every day and I still get a buzz of fear -- it's what keeps me focused."
He said he'd never been bitten by on of the 25, but had been nipped by a python or two.
"It feels like getting your hand smacked in a rat trap but with teeth," Cooper said.
So for those who don't like squinting, the 25 most venomous snakes in the world are below, and the only ones you can't find in Australia are in bold... Yep, Donald Trump isn't the only reason people want to move to Canada.
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Most venomous snakes in the world
Eastern brown snake
Eastern states tiger snake
Reevsby inland tiger snake
Beaked sea snake
Western Australian tiger snake
Chappell Island tiger snake
Gwardar or western brown snake
Dugite or spotted brown snake
Papuan black snake
Rough scaled snake
Blue-bellied black snake
King brown or mulga snake
Red-bellied black snake
Eastern diamond-back rattlesnake