Does France have dangerous animals?
The testicle-biting fish is not the only potentially dangerous animal found in France. Although the country is better known for its sheep, cows and cute little mutts owned by Parisian women, it’s still home to a number of animals, insects or sea creatures that you wouldn’t want to get in a tangle with.
What predators does France have?
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- Brown Bears.
- Asp Viper.
- Portuguese Man O’ War.
- Wild Boar.
- Asian Hornet.
Are Scorpions in France dangerous?
While the sting of Buthus occitanus has been known to kill children in North Africa, the scorpion is harmless in France, according to Dr. Goyffon, probably for reasons related to the cooler climate in France.
Are there spiders that bite in France?
The culprit is the brown recluse spider, also known as the fiddleback; a species native to North America but which has been recorded in France over the last 15 years. It measures only a centimetre and a half, but its bite packs a punch, with venom that causes necrosis, or cell death, of the skin tissue.