Scientists are now realizing that animal and human activities during winter play a critical role in the persistence of West Nile virus.
Private hunting preserves in New York release wild boars for "trophy hunters" to shoot. This benefits only a tiny population of hunters and the game preserves, while presenting serious risks to the public.
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