Here in Ballarat we are lucky, we don't get crocodiles wandering our streets, but in Queensland, it's a different story.
Queensland has been hit by intense rain and flash flooding and they say this will not weaken until the weekend.
Townsville has copped a battering with thousands of homes left underwater and many roads and bridges are disappearing.
Thing is, certain nasty creatures have been seen wandering and swimming in the streets and flood waters around Townsville.
And those creatures are crocodiles and snakes.
Locals are like MEH but tourists are freaking out over it.
*moves Queensland to the bottom of bucket list in case snake kills me*— Noprah. (@WurrboutYoSelf) January 31, 2019
A crocodile is seen climbing a tree in Townsville, Queensland to escape raging floodwaters. Crocodile warnings have been issued in the Australian city amid "unprecedented" levels of flooding. https://t.co/5Jf0tep9uH pic.twitter.com/xu7c4K641P— ABC News (@ABC) February 5, 2019
Your 👀 aren't deceiving you. If the dangerous undertow, fast flowing waters, diseases, dead animals and the live ones 🐍🐍 don't convince you to stay out of flood waters ..... may be this fridge will! #bigwet #Townsville #floodwater https://t.co/VgBo9zBnoU— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) February 4, 2019
If the thought of coming face to face with a crocodile isn't deterrent enough, before you start playing in flood waters you should always remember the distinct possibility you could be wading in your neighbour's faeces. Yes. Their faeces. 💩 https://t.co/W3RT1O3ACX #bigwet pic.twitter.com/XhpnkNMY7E— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) February 4, 2019
I know a guy pic.twitter.com/Q9kmXlnDlL— Induisi (@Induisi) February 5, 2019
Crocodiles in trees now.... That's about right.— sean case (@scase1980) February 5, 2019
Time to evacuate Australia— YellowSkittles ✨ (@GrandJesters) February 5, 2019
Gald I live in Ballarat!
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