Do you often find yourself cribbing about how hot India is? Thank your luck stars you aren’t in Australia!

Australia – The land down under – is known for all sorts of bizarre things.
It is the sixth largest country in the world and the land is SO diverse that you could be strolling though a beach one day, and a desert the other.
Australia isn’t always hot. The climate varies due to its vast geographical area. The winters are relatively mild, so there isn’t a great contrast between summers and winters but in many parts of the country seasonal highs and lows can be surprising: temperatures can range from above 50 °C (122 °F) to well below zero degrees!
So Australia has seen snow and minus degrees temperatures too, but a video posted a few days ago shows that the land down under is lit right now, pretty literally.

Recently, a group of girls wanted to show the world how hot it is in Australia. They went to the beach and cracked open an egg in broad daylight and to our surprise, it fried right up!
Watch the bizarre experiment here (Don’t miss the Salt Bae reference sprinkled in there) :

This video is a quirky reminder that even though Australia is beautiful, it has often been labeled as one of the scariest places on the planet. Why? Allow us to show to you why!

Did we tell you they have cockroach races? Yeah, that’s a thing.

(Photo: www.travelwireasia.com)

(Photo: www.travelwireasia.com)

One word. Vegemite. If you haven’t seen videos of Americans struggling to eat Vegemite already, let us tell you that it’s a thick jam like substance made of brewers’ yeast extract with various vegetable.

(Photo: www.buzzfeed.com)

(Photo: www.buzzfeed.com)

You do remember the spider rains, right? Millions of spiders rained down on Australia and well, the Aussies couldn’t care less.

(photo: www.elitedaily.com)

(photo: www.elitedaily.com)

Huntsman spiders. These are found on bedroom walls all over Australia btw. Just saying.

(Photo: www.australia.com)

(Photo: www.australia.com)

Australia is the only country that eats its own national animal (and emblem) – Kangaroos.

(Photo: www.youtube.com/funnyvidz)

(Photo: www.youtube.com/funnyvidz)

G’day mate!