How can you tell if it is cross-species?

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How can you tell if it is cross-species?

Post by Yil » Mon Jun 15, 2015 7:03 pm

If it is something as serious as t-virus, we are pretty dead.
So if your dog or wild wolves and cats could get infected and zombified via bite or body fluid exchange, and fish might get infected too if zombie get in touch with water. Also wild aggressive animals might get infected after eating zombies. In Resident evil even plants get infected (not the movie, I have played wii remake of 1 and 0), though that is less likely.
And if zombies keep most of their intelligence.

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Re: How can you tell if it is cross-species?

Post by BadLands_Shooter » Sat Jul 04, 2015 2:53 am

Look at the eyes. I'd rather deal with the T-Virus than Rage.
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