State forests warn against pests that live in our forests and woods. As they admit, a drop of its poison is dangerous to humans.
Representatives of the state forest from the Dozlity Forest District have posted an interesting post on the Facebook social network. They depicted a particular insect that lives in our forests, which are very dangerous to humans. So far, many poles are unaware of this.
It is the olfactory bulb of the cow that produces the most dangerous venom. “A drop that can kill” – Write to the representatives of the Dozlidi Forest District and attach a photo of the harmless looking insect. “Olica fudge is a species of beetle belonging to the May family, which has a dark blue, blue-black or black body with a metallic sheen” – we read in the description.
Forrester explains that in stressful situations the insect secretes a dangerous, oily fluid. We read that “a liquid containing a highly toxic chemical compound called cantharidin, one of the most powerful toxins found in nature.”
State forests warn. Olica fudge and its venom are dangerous to humans
“In the past, chondroitin was used in medicine (it stimulates the nerve endings and mucous membranes of the genital system), as an aphrodisiac and to produce toxins” – this was later written in a post on the social networking site.
Representatives of the Toliki Forest District warn against the poison of the Oliga cow excrement. “The amount of this substance is about 0.03 grams, which is dangerous for humans. Although an insect can not produce that much condor, its” weapons “can severely irritate human skin, especially when the substance enters the nose,” we read.
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