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What an unusual question for this forum??
The answer is essentially yes, as many species do have an acquired immune deficiency syndrome. But if you mean the strain humans get, then no, not as far as I know. Other primates (other than humans, I mean) can get things like SAIDS, which comes from SIV, which is actually thought to have been the "original" strain which jumped primate species from simians to humans sometime in the 80's or summat. Lots of debate on these things, though - nothing is for certain.
Sheep is the plural of sheep.
HIV and SIV are both viruses, not bacteria.
I can't believe I've even bothered to explain this.
Right, cos AIDS, and HIV are very joke-appropriate topics.
This was posted a year ago nad still no one gets it. Hmmm. Thre is a Feline AIDS that is no transferrable to people and it does kill cats. I have a hub that includes this information here: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Importance- … -Companion
Yeah its an odd and funny question too, but this question is asked for some reasons not for humour. Someone asked me the same question but I dnt have proper answer for tht Q.
I thought, why not try @ hubpages. Thatz it.
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