If you've ever seen Hollywood horror films, you might be able to forget about the images of sharks, sea monsters, or flood disasters attacking humans when we're playing on the beach. You should therefore be careful in choosing the mini Ocean for the travel season and relatives. Here are the top 6 most dangerous beaches in the world.
Kilauea, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Kilauea, Hawaii, U.S.A.
The unique black sand beach in Kilaunea Island, Hawaii's largest island, is the place to be very careful, as it is located right next to the world's most frequent active volcano. The volcano continues to erupt from 1983, due to the hot lava flow into the oceans. Hawaii was also the site of more than 100 cases of sudden attack sharks, of which eight were killed, since 1828.
Beaches in the Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia
Sea film in the Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia
From October 10 through 4 years, many boxes of jellyfish are close to hundreds of beaches in northern Australia. It is one of the most dangerous poisonous animals in the world, which has caused at least 70 deadly deaths since 1883. The venom of this jellyfish was so dangerous that it would cause the victim to stop beating before they could swim ashore.
The waters around Fraser Island to the south-east of Queensland are particularly hazardous waters, prohibiting tourists. Here not only a lot of sharks and poisonous jellyfish, but also the flow of water. If you move into the shore, you'll encounter some of the world's most dangerous spiders, saltwater crocodiles, and dingo dogs, who often attack humans.
The beach of Staithes, Yorkshire, was once named by a group of "water-resistant surfers", depicting one of Europe's most horrible beaches for pollution. Staithes continuously fails to meet the clean water targets of Europe. When swimming in polluted waters, you may have diarrhea, Ecoli, meningitis, typhoid fever, and hepatitis A.
Reunion, France film
In the French overseas territories of the Indian Ocean, there were at least 20 offensive sharks, of which eight were killed since 2011. This means that, within the last 6 years, 16% of the lethal attack shark occurred in the 63 km long Island. Reunion now heads in a series of attempts to prevent shark attack in order to escape the world's most deadly island title.
Volusia, Florida, U.S.A.
Volusia film, Florida, USA
A database that reports the offensive sharks, more and more untold sharks attacked humans at the Volusia County coast, Florida, more than all the missions that occurred in South Africa, totaling 290 services since 1882. Also have to mention the fact that visitors will be prone to lightning strikes in Florida more than anywhere in North America.