Ecology: Chimps at risk from anthrax

20:31 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

The bacterial disease anthrax is a key cause of animal mortality in a West African tropical forest, according to a study reported by Hoffmann et al. on page 82. The researchers examined the cause of mammal deaths at rainforest sites across eleven African

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