Thursday, July 02, 2015

if by "animal link" you mean homo sapiens sapiens...



Reuters | Liberia confirmed a third Ebola case on Thursday, nearly two months after it was declared Ebola free, and officials said they were investigating whether the disease had managed to lurk in animals before resurfacing.
Dr Moses Massaquoi, case management team leader for Liberia's Ebola task force, said the three villagers who had tested positive for the disease had shared a meal of dog meat, which is commonly eaten in Liberia.
"They come from the same time and have a history of having had dog meat together," he said.
The response team was investigating whether domestic animals might be carrying the virus, he said, referring also to mysterious deaths of hundreds of cattle in remote Lofa county.

Liberia, the country worst hit by the West African Ebola outbreak discovered last year, was also its biggest success story: the only one of the three hard-hit countries so far to be declared Ebola free.

3 comments:

BigDonOne said...

Here's a good "animal link."
Parasitic Crow75 drafts a hard-working BaldEagle160.
Incredibly, it even happens in nature...!!

Dale Asberry said...

You do know that Crows are MUCH smarter than Eagles and even the great apes? They can solve puzzles that you likely couldn't solve too.... You're such a dumbass.

BigDonOne said...

BD has seen some of that crow testing on YouTube. Actually, eagles are smarter. Too smart to let humans F around with them attemptiing to measure their IQ.