Texas beaches aren’t exactly known for being safe, especially for kids.
The state has a high rate of accidental drowning, and the state’s beaches are a breeding ground for some of the most dangerous creatures on the planet.
Texas beaches may be considered the “Little Nemo of Texas,” but that doesn’t mean they’re without their share of dangers.
Here are five of the state´s most dangerous beaches.
The Greenbrier At the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, at the mouth of the San Jacinto River, lies a stretch of the Greenbriar River, which flows into the Gulf.
This section of the river is home to an old mining town that has been polluted for centuries.
The river is often choked with mud and gravel that traps wildlife in a maze of waterways.
The town is also home to the most mysterious creature on Earth, the Black Snapper, a sea slug that can grow up to 10 feet long.
Black Snappers are one of the deadliest of the creatures, with the bite being capable of killing an adult human within seconds.
It can be found in the Gulf Coast from Texas to Louisiana, and can also be found throughout the Gulf and Atlantic oceans.
The snapper population is increasing by the day as people in the area have been able to move farther out into the open to hunt it.
The Black Snaker can reach speeds of more than 20 miles per hour, and is one of only two known species of snapper that can survive on land.
In recent years, a surge in the number of Black Snakes and the introduction of pesticides have caused the population to drop drastically.
If you´re going to take your kid to a Texas beach, make sure you don´t forget about the Blacksnakes.
The Rio Grande River At the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, sits a waterway known as the Rio Grande.
This waterway has a very distinctive shape that has resulted in it being nicknamed the “Mule.”
The Rio is a river that carries water from the Gulf to the Pacific Ocean, but it is the Rio that is known for its notorious presence of black swans.
The swans are a species of freshwater bird that are found in many parts of the world.
In Texas, these birds are found only along the Rio, and are particularly aggressive.
The Texas swans will travel as far as 2 miles in the air in search of prey.
They can reach lengths of over 4 feet and weigh up to 400 pounds.
Swans can be dangerous to both humans and pets, but the black swan’s presence has also resulted in a decrease in the total number of black birds.
The black swam can travel up to 2,500 feet in a day.
It has also caused the number to drop dramatically.
If a bird lands on a beach that has black swains on it, they are known to chase them away.
Blue Grass At the mouth and south end of the Rio near the town of Brownsville, Texas, sits one of Texas´s oldest, most important, and most famous beaches.
The Blue Grass was named after the famous river in the region, the Blue.
It is one the most beautiful beaches on the Rio and has many other names, including the Little Bitch, Little Mermaid, and Sweetwater.
The Little Bitches, or Big Sisters, are the most popular of the little girls, and their presence can be seen at any one of Browns River beaches.
There is also a small community of Little Bitties that live in the Brownsville area.
If there is a blue-grass patch on the beach, they’re usually the first ones to come out to play.
The Big Cypress The waters of the Big Cyprose are the largest body of water in the state of Texas.
The Cypress River, also known as Texas River, is a major artery in the lower Mississippi River, the Mississippi River and Texas River.
The Mississippi River is a tributary of the Brazos River, and flows north through Texas to the Gulf coast.
The Brazos flows through the heart of the Texas Panhandle and is known as one of America’s busiest waterway systems.
The Great Bend of the Mississippi is also known to be one of its most famous rivers, with a population of some 3.8 million people.
In addition to the river, the area is home for many wildlife species, including some of America´s largest fish.
Some of the largest fish to be found are the Great White, the Great Blue Heron, the Big Black Bass, and many others.
These fish are known for their amazing abilities in swimming and fishing, and they are often found in abundance along the Big River.
If the waters are rough, the fish may turn to a form of aggressive behaviour known as ‘gut-wrestling.’
The big white bass can weigh up a ton and can have a powerful bite.
The blue heron, also called the Texas Bull, can be nearly as big as a football