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#185 Vuewex

Vuewex are a parasitic skin mite that measure a little under 1 nanometer in width and height. These small critters passively absorb kinetic energy from their host through a reversed osmosis process that looks similar to feeding. A vuewex infection is difficult to to treat due to their small size, but typically clears itself up within a week or two due to their short lifespan and inability to reproduce in most dermal environments. Vuewex are common on islands, where the humidity makes it easier for them to jump from particle to particle in the air towards their next host. Symptoms of a vuewex outbreak include rash, fatigue, and itching.

Release Date June 30, 2022
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