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Lethal Virus That Targets Rabbits Spreading In US

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Lethal Virus That Targets Rabbits Spreading In US

Lethal Virus That Targets Rabbits Spreading In US

A lethal virus that targets rabbits, both wild and domestic, is reportedly spreading through the US.

A lethal virus that targets rabbits, both wild and domestic, is reportedly spreading through the US.

Https://www.dropbox.com/s/23pu5wqhce0bzdc/rabbit%203%20Fotolia_45019036_Subscription_Monthly_V_M.mp4?dl=0   The Washington Post reports it's called "hemorrhagic disease virus type 2" and is known to have caused rabbit deaths in southern California, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, and Nevada.

While it is occurring amidst the coronavirus pandemic,  https://www.dropbox.com/s/q7mhslr5sak1t8b/rabbit%20Fotolia_31095798_Subscription_Monthly_V_M.mov?dl=0 (slide the California Department of Fish and Wildlife says it's not related but does require similar protective and preventative measures.

Those include placing rabbits in quarantines and establishing more stringent sanitation standards.

Https://cdfgnews.wordpress.com/tag/rabbit-hemorrhagic-disease/ - use rabbit img from here as th (slide   According to the Washington Post, moving endangered wild species "into captivity" is also being discussed.

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