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Humans found to be playing a role in spread of ranavirus

(—A team of researchers with the Zoological Society of London, Queen Mary University of London, University College London and Herpetofauna Consultants International and assisted by citizen scientists involved with the Frog Mortality Project, has found evidence that suggests human activities may be playing a role in the spread of ranavirus, which attacks and kills reptiles, amphibians and fish.
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