Caterpillars in Britain was struck by the “zombie virus”

August 3, 2017

Virus-infected insects die, and their bodies explode. Caterpillars in Britain was struck by the baculovirus − infectious agent that causes its victims to crawl into the sunlight, reports The Telegraph. Otmechaetsya that the virus-infected insects die, and their bodies explode, which contributes to the infection of other insects.

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