Scientist Injects Venom To A Beating Heart, What Happens Next Is Damn Scary

Scientist Injects Venom To A Beating Heart, What Happens Next Is Damn Scary
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Everyone will agree that no one can ever try to mess with venom. This deadly substance is something that is usually found in the teeth, spines, and stings of most of the animals. And the poison that animals carry with them is easily capable of killing anyone.

One of the YouTube channel's, The Nature of Science has tried to compare the venom of few different animals to test the effects of them on their victims. Let's have a look at the entire venom injection process.

Venom experiment starts

Venom experiment starts

Toxinologist Jamie Seymour started his experiment on a toad with box jellyfish's venom.

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At first..

At first..

..the scientist injected venom into a beating heart.

Then suddenly..

Then suddenly..

The toad's heart started changing color. The heart cells died slowly and gradually.

Finally..

Finally..

..the heart became pale and stopped beating.

Mr. Jamie concluded..

Mr. Jamie concluded..

..that ejecting venom by animals is a defence mechanism to save themselves from danger.

He also revealed the ECG of the toad

He also revealed the ECG of the toad

For knowing more about the whole procedure check out the below-given video.

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