What if we inject rabies virus into an insect body, like spider or a bee, will it contract rabies as humans, cats, dogs, racoons or bats do?
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Rabies is a viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain. It is adapted to the nervous systems of vertebrates particularly mammals. Arthropods are too different for lyssaviruses to survive in their body.