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Mouse Is So Tough, It Uses Scorpion Venom as a Painkiller

October 25, 2013
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Scientists discovered a type of mouse has evolved to feel scorpion venom not as pain, but as a painkiller. Jen Markham explains.

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Adventures in Dining: Grasshopper Burgers, Scorpion Lollipops

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AFP (June 4, 2014) — A stone's throw from the White House, Washington residents feast on grasshopper hamburgers and scorpion lollipops -- part of an event promoting the culinary possibilities and ecological advantages of eating edible insects. Duration: 01:33 Video provided by AFP
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Snake Venom Is World's Strongest Beer

Snake Venom Is World's Strongest Beer

Buzz60 (Oct. 29, 2013) — A Scottish brewery called Brewmeister has created what is being called the world's strongest beer. Snake Venom is 67.5% proof and comes in a variety of flavors ranging from bubblegum to caramel. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) takes a look.
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Study: Bee Venom Can Kill HIV

Study: Bee Venom Can Kill HIV

Newsy (Mar. 9, 2013) — Scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have discovered bee venom can kill the HIV virus without harming the body.
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