Pithovirus don't care
Giant, Ancient Virus Infects Again!
Honey Badger got nothin' on Pithovirus. “Scientists have revived a giant virus that was buried in Siberian ice for 30,000 years — and it is still infectious. Its targets, fortunately, are amoebae….” Nature.com, “Giant virus resurrected from 30,000-year-old ice.”
Boom, look at that sucker!
Don't worry, this image isn't to scale. Remember that episode of Fringe in which a giant, gummy virus is running around inside a theater? It's not like that. This one isn't that big. It's about the size of a small bacterium… but still.