We love that Bali is an incredible wildlife haven, but there's some dangerous animals you should be aware of...”
A highly dangerous and extremely poisonous snake, the red-necked keelback, can be seen all over the island of Bali.
The purple jellyfish uses their tentacles with little barbs on them to attack their prey and stun them.
The king cobra is classified as a vulnerable species and can usually be spotted throughout west Bali. It is the largest venomous snake in the world
If this octopus feels threatened and attacks, their bites produce a toxin that blocks nerve signals and can even be fatal.
Discover the 15 most dangerous animals in Bali, and how you can avoid them, by clicking learn more below!