Posted By Nadine Lymn on Jun 12, 2012
By Nadine Lymn, ESA director of public affairs Imagine you get up one morning and go outside to fetch your paper. As you reach to pick it up, a strange spider bites you. Your neighbor is bitten too. Now you’re both dying because no one can identify these spiders and therefore can’t administer anti-venom that might save you. This was the dramatic scenario Michael Mares conjured up for the audience during a June 5 congressional...
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