Bacteria come in many forms, but vibrio vulnificus, a rare and potentially deadly bacteria found in warm salt water has prompted health officials to warn those who venture into sea waters to be wary, especially if you have open cuts.
Bacteria come in many forms, but vibrio vulnificus, a rare and potentially deadly bacteria found in warm salt water has prompted health officials to warn those who venture into sea waters to be wary, especially if you have open cuts. Mitchell, Justin - Biloxi TNS
Bacteria come in many forms, but vibrio vulnificus, a rare and potentially deadly bacteria found in warm salt water has prompted health officials to warn those who venture into sea waters to be wary, especially if you have open cuts. Mitchell, Justin - Biloxi TNS

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