If life in Australia is known for one thing, it’s that everything there is trying to kill you. There are deadly jellyfish in the ocean, brown snakes in the brush, fennel spiders under your pillow, and magpies that spend an entire season dive-bombing pedestrians. It takes a pretty diverse collection of climates to support all of these terrors, but how do the climate regions of Australia compare to others around the world? A new map from Redditor triton1982 reveals that, contrary to popular imagination, Australia isn’t just sunny beaches and the Outback.

Map of the climate analogues of Australia

Photo: triton1982