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It depends on your constitution.. It certainly can turn most peoples stomachs and some have been known to hurl from the odor but to make you physically sick you'd have to have a very low immune system. Are you sure it's not a bit psychological? This can give you the belief that your sick.

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Dead animal smell can make you sick if you are exposed to it enough. It is, after all, decaying.

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