There are many natural dangers when you adventure through the Lone Star State, but the one thing you can usually count on is that you can avoid the gulf creatures of Texas simply by staying on land, but what if they follow you out of the water, and onto land too?

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If you are a fan of sci-fi and fantasy works, you have probably heard of something like this described in a Jules Verne novel, or one of the A Song of Fire and Ice series by George R. R. Martin.

One characteristic that describes most dragons is they are essentially a serpent with wings that are extremely dangerous and will devour about anything. They also breathe fire, and one sting from these Texas Blue Dragons will quite literally make you feel like you are on fire.

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Extremely Toxic Blue Dragons Now Invading Texas

You haven't even heard the worst part yet. Apparently these things are invading Texas beaches in much greater numbers than we have seen in recent memory.

Who would have thought spending your spring break watching your March Madness bracket get busted would actually be an infinitely better experience than slapping your toes in the sand of a Texas beach and being leveled by the crippling toxin these lil blue beauties possess?

A large gathering of these is called blue fleet, and will totally leave you feeling blue with a variety of severe symptoms like nausea and vomiting, intense pain, and a variety of skin reactions.

Top 14 Exotic Animals That You Can Legally Own in Texas

Texas has an estimated 7.2 million dogs, more than any other state, this according to the American Veterinary Association. Safe to say, dogs are a Texan's best friend. But perhaps you’re interested in branching out a bit and adding a less common exotic pet to your home.

Granted a few of these exotics are regulated and will require permits.

Helpful Slithering: Which Snakes Could Help or Harm in Texas?

Not all snakes are bad. Some Texas snakes actually do a lot to help humans out, even if we don't always see or appreciate it. Then again, some snakes can do a lot of harm. Here's a quick rundown.

Gallery Credit: Tommy Paradise, Townsquare Media

10 Most Dangerous Cities In Texas, "1" Is Closer Than You Think

Data is based on violent crime per 100,000 residents. These are the 10 most dangerous communities in Texas.

Gallery Credit: Noah Sherwood, Aaron Savage

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