Anthrax [Bacillus anthracis]
This happens when a victim is in contact with Anthrax with an open wound.
This is the result of inhaling Anthrax.
This happens when Anthrax is consumed.
In Ingestion, symptoms usually develop within a week of exposure. Symptoms of anthrax ingestion include nausea, loss of appetite, fever, swelling in the neck, bloody diarrhea, and severe abdominal pain.
People who inhale anthrax develop symptoms within a week. But symptoms can develop as quickly as two days after exposure and up to 45 days after exposure. The symptoms of inhaling anthrax include cold symptoms, a sore throat, a fever, achy muscles, a cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, shaking, chills, and vomiting.