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Three brothers from the Bolivian province Chayanta allowed poisonous spider — the black widow (Latrodectus) — the bite itself, as it was believed that he would become superheroes. This publication reports the Daily Star.
Eight, ten and twelve year old boys found the black widow and forced him to bite them, because they believed that after this they will be able to turn into spider-Man. Character of films about the superhero acquires his superpowers after he was bitten by a radioactive spider.
As a result of bites the children began to experience severe muscle pain and spasms, stomach cramps, heart palpitations. The mother saw that the children crying, was taken to a local hospital. There they were given medicine, but the condition of children has not improved. Then the boys were transferred to a hospital in the city of Llallagua, but they only became worse. In the end, the victims were taken to children’s hospital La Paz. The brothers gave the serum from the bites, and they feel better. After five days they were discharged from the hospital.
The head of the Department of epidemiology and public health of the country Virgilio Pietro (Pietro Virgilio) told about the incident at a press conference dedicated to the coronavirus. He urged parents to be careful, because kids movies can seem like reality.
The name black widow is derived from the fact that the female usually kills and eats the male after mating. The venom of the black widow is 15 times stronger than rattlesnake venom. Usually these spiders are not aggressive, and although their bites can be fatal, in most cases, they are rarely a cause of death. Typically, these spiders only bite in self-defense, such as when someone accidentally sits on them.
Earlier it was reported that the bite of a poisonous spider has ruined American resident of Denver, Colorado. Neither he nor his family did not have savings to cover unexpected costs incurred for treatment, so he had to take the Express the credit under huge percent.
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