This once was a terror, but now it is not. You can keep this at bay with one simple shot.
The Black Death bacteria (Yersinia pestis) was identified as responsible for an outbreak of plague in Asia in 1894. While no-one is sure whether it also was the culprit for earlier plagues, it seems likely. Antibiotic resistance could allow another epidemic someday, but for now just enjoy this cuddly version. A fun gift for anyone in medical fields.
Giant Microbes also make excellent teaching aids as they assist students to visualise by taking a fun, hands on approach.
Not for children under three years of age as parts may dislodge and become a choking hazard.
Black Death is 155 x 65 x 45mm, made of black (naturally!) medium pile polyester plush with polyester filling and plastic eyes.