HIV are a circular cell that has tiny and somewhat dull Spikes on them
Sometimes goes by the name of human immunodeficiency virus
The HIV virus attacks white blood cells, which are called T-helper cells or CD4 cells. These are important when it comes to having a healthy immune system as they help us fight off diseases and infections
Mammals mainly contract HIV/AIDS
HIV began when a man decided to have sexual transitions with another non-human mammal
The most common symptoms are when the body loses the ability to fight many infections.
On a scale of 1 to 10 on how dangerous it is it has got to be an 8 because there is no cure for HIV yet.