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“Deer Warts” Popping Up in Central Idaho

Field Notes The warts are contagious among deer, but cannot be passed to humans Several deer around the Lost River Range in Idaho have become infected with papillomas, also known as warts. The warts are contagious among deer, but cannot be passed to…
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