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Don't touch the innocent looking Gympie Gympie plant

Don't touch the innocent looking Gympie Gympie plant

(4:49) Once stung, never forgotten. Native to the rainforest areas in north-eastern Australia and Indonesia, the Gympie Gympie is considered one of the most venomous plants on the planet. Virologist Dr Mike Leahy goes in search for the mother of all stinging nettles.

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dananddiana dananddiana (1028 days ago)
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What a fool. Why on earth would he do that? If someone told him that fire burns, Would he stick his hand in to see? LOL

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What a fool. Why on earth would he do that? If someone told him that fire burns, Would he stick his hand in to see? LOL

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