The most dangerous virus is the Marburg virus. It is named after a small and idyllic town on the river Lahn - but that has nothing to do with the disease itself. The Marburg virus is a hemorrhagic fever virus. As with Ebola, the Marburg virus causes convulsions and bleeding of mucous membranes, skin and organs. It has a fatality rate of 90 percent.Are viruses considered living or nonliving?
Viruses are considered to NOT be a nonliving because they lack many properties of living organisms. Viruses don't have the ability to make their own chemical products and need a host cell to do that for them. That is why they can't reproduce without a host cell.