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These are the world's most dangerous beaches

Easyvoyage Logo By Bella Eadie of Easyvoyage | Slide 1 of 9: The largest sandy island in the world is also home to some hazardous beaches. Despite its postcard-worthy appearance, many of Fraser Island's beaches don't allow swimming - and for good reason. The waters are inhabited by deadly stinging jellyfish, sharks, and hungry crocodiles. Danger is also found on the white sand where there are more than a hundred dingoes with aggressive tendencies.

Fraser Island, Australia

The largest sandy island in the world is also home to some hazardous beaches. Despite its postcard-worthy appearance, many of Fraser Island's beaches don't allow swimming - and for good reason. The waters are inhabited by deadly stinging jellyfish, sharks, and hungry crocodiles. Danger is also found on the white sand where there are more than a hundred dingoes with aggressive tendencies.
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