U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Ebola: ‘Consequence of Deforestation and Climate Change’

By USDR

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service posted on its website an article that claims Ebola is a “direct consequence” of man made climate change.
The article also stated that the virus specifically threatens conservation efforts focused on ape and monkey populations in Africa, including Guinea, one of the countries experiencing an Ebola outbreak and where the U.S.-run Chimpanzee Conservation Center is located.
“The larger conservation connection, however, is perhaps less obviousEbola appears to be a direct consequence of deforestation and human disturbance,” the article stated.
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