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7 Dangerous Viruses

Dead or Alive
Dead or Alive

The word “virus” has its origin in Latin, which means slimy liquid or poison, and it has been associated with a number of disease outbreaks, epidemic, and pandemic.

Since viruses are devoid of many of the features of living things, say, lack of a cellular structure and inability to grow or reproduce on their own, many biologists consider them to be non-living.

Living or non-living, the viruses wreak havoc on susceptible animals, birds and humans.

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