Effects on body
Many marine animals have a mechanism to release poison in order to survive. It is logical that contact with these sea creatures can result in poisoning.
Effect on the body :
A poison that affects the heart and circulation is of course more dangerous than a poison that kills skin cells.
These effects, or the degree of intoxication, associated with the symptoms of each specific animal species, are divided into categories 1 to 5.
1 = An animal that can cause irritation and only achieves a higher category with an allergy.
2 = An animal that can cause painful intoxications, that can be treated relatively easily by a simple first aid or that is only temporary and that only achieves a higher category with an allergy.
3 = An animal capable of causing painful intoxication, requiring extensive first aid.
4 = An animal that can cause life-threatening poisoning, for which antidotes are available.
5 = An animal that can cause life-threatening poisoning, for which no antidote is available.