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2013-05-07 23:30:14

Recently, a client (whose name is withheld for confidentiality purposes) received a significant award after hiring the East Providence Dog Bite attorneys at d’Oliveira & Associates.

2013-03-24 23:03:37

John Demas, personal injury attorney in Sacramento, California, discusses the recently-released dog bite statistics from 2012.

Extinct Piranha Bite Force
2012-12-21 19:16:09

According to a new study, researchers have recorded the first bite-force measurements taken from wild specimens of the largest species of carnivorous piranha.

2012-12-17 05:00:10

Recently, a client received a significant award after hiring the New Bedford dog bite and personal injury attorneys at d'Oliveira & Associates.

Tasmanian Devils Should Be Less Aggressive To Survive
2012-09-05 10:13:25

A new study suggests that evolving to become less aggressive could be the key to saving the Tasmanian devil from extinction, because the less often a devil gets bitten, the more likely it is to become infected with the cancer.

Amazonians Exposed To Vampire Bat Bites Have Natural Immunity To Rabies
2012-08-02 10:35:19

US scientists studying indigenous tribes in the Amazon have found six native Peruvian Amazonians who, after being bitten by rabid vampire bats, suffered no ill effects.

2012-06-08 23:00:55

Doctors offer important tips on treating bites and stings from mosquitoes, jellyfish, snakes, ticks and yellowjackets.


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2009-06-16 22:38:30

The Brown Recluse Spider (Loxosceles reclusa) is a species of arachnid that is native to the USA from the southern Midwest south to the Gulf of Mexico. It can be found in Canada as well around southeast Ontario, and southern Quebec. Its range lies from southeastern Nebraska through southern Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana to southwestern Ohio. In the south, it is native from central Texas to western Georgia. It is not usually found west of the Rocky Mountains. Contrary to popular belief, this...

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