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Bats in Your Hair?
One of the legends that has made many of us more than a little nervous about bats claims that they are prone to crashing into you and getting caught in your hair. Scientists say that is just a myth, b...
Ebola: don't blame the bats!
Kamins, Alexandra; Rowcliffe, Marcus; Restif, Olivier
Bats serve as a natural reservoir for the Ebola - but we cannot blame them for the epidemic. In Ghana alone people eat over 100,000 fruit bats a year as 'bushmeat', yet the country has escaped the epi...
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Neoliberal Ebola: The Agroeconomic Origins of the Ebola Outbreak
Independent Science News
Wallace describes the rise of Ebola, connecting its outbreak to capital-driven shifts in land and changes in the agroeconomic context.
The Natural History of Ontario
Theberge, John B.
A comprehensive, extensively illustrated natural history of Ontario, covering bedrock, soils, birds, mammals, insects, wildflowers, forests, prehistoric life, and much more.
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