Do plant viruses attack animals, if yes please give an example of the virus.
I feel both plant and animal viruses are different, and they cannot attack each other hosts.
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Plant viruses attacking animals or vice versa would mean that an animal serves as a biological vector to a plant or that a plant serves as a biological vector to an animal (depending on whose prospective you take by considering it as the host). This is highly unlikely
On the other hand, plants and insects routinely serve as mechanical vectors for transmitting viruses: an insect feeding on one plant may carry virus particles to another plant, and similarly a plant may mediate viral particles exchange between insects.