Australians accidentally found the most poisonous fish in the world

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 Australians accidentally found the most poisonous fish in the world

Two Australians were walking on the beach near the city of Darwin and accidentally found one of the most poisonous fish in the world.

The men pushed the fish to the water and thereby saved it, reports Daily Mail.

Daniel Brown was walking along the beach at low tide with a friend. According to the publication, the men were looking for a blue-ringed octopus, but together they found a dangerous wart – one of the most poisonous fish in the world.

As noted, Brown almost stepped on the fish, which could cost him his life. The fact is that the wart has poisonous spikes on its back, through which they inject poison into the body of the victim.

Brown and a friend realized that the fish was alive and pushed it to the water so that it returned to its natural environment habitat.

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