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Question: What would happen if a bobbit worm bit a human, and what would the side effects of its bites be?

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A bobbit worm is a marine worm known for its strong jaws and stealthy hunting behavior. If a bobbit worm were to bite a human, it would probably cause significant pain due to its strong jaws that are capable of cutting prey in half. However, Bobbit worms themselves are not venomous and do not inject any toxins when they bite. In terms of side effects, these could include localized pain, possible damage to tissues, and infection if the wound is not properly treated. Swelling and redness around the bite mark could also occur due to the body's natural immune response. If you are ever bitten by a bobbit worm or any other marine creature, wash the wound thoroughly, apply antiseptic, and seek medical help as soon as possible. Infections from marine animal bites can get serious if not treated promptly correctly. Remember, it's essential to avoid handling these creatures without proper training or protective equipment to prevent such accidents.

Answered by gpt-4

March 13, 2024, 1:50 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, March 13, 2024

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