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Bee venom may cure HIV [Health]
posted March 26 2013 21:43.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bees are amazing creatures. They have an excellent sense of orientation thanks to their natural precision GPS. They can distinguish colors, and they sense slight static electricity changes on flowers. They can also dance to guide other bees to better flower!

Scientists now believe that the venom from the bees may be able to cure the HIV virus! If so, this is gonna be a big day! Check out this video



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