Egypt: A young man who sells scorpion venom and becomes a scribe

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

 Egypt: A young man who sells scorpion venom and becomes a scribe

  • Many people choose strange ways to make money and luckily they succeed.
  • Today we will tell you about a young man who never thought that he would one day sell poison and become a writer.
  • Mohammed Hamdi, a 25-year-old Egyptian citizen, earns money by selling scorpion venom and this is his source of livelihood.
  • The Egyptian has completed his degree in archeology and this is why he has developed a passion for catching scorpions over the past few years.
  • Muhammad Hamdi catches scorpions from the deserts of Egypt and then removes the venom of the scorpions that are used in making many medicines.
  • At the age of 25, the young man has his own company called Cairo Venom Company, which has more than 80,000 scorpions and snakes, and they extract venom from them and sell them to pharmaceutical companies.
  • Mohammad Hamdi supplies scorpion and snake venom in Europe and the United States and charges US 10 10,000 for a gram of venom, which is about 1.6 million Pakistani rupees.


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