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UK..Incurable virus killing thousands of sheep.
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[quote:DoubleHelix:MV8xNzg2NDEwXzI5NjkxMjMyX0FDRUFDNTY1] I just wanted to clear up one thing about the radiation idea. Yes we have some man made radiation floating around that eventually gets cleared up naturally. http://georgewashington2.blogspot.com/2011/06/bioremediation-of-radiation-can-melanin.html But it mostly is the radiation coming from space and breaking through our weak magnetosphere. It is affecting the entire world. That's why we are seeing this so called virus affecting more than one species. I virus rarely mutates from one species to the other. The ones that do are useuly spliced in a lab. http://www.worsleyschool.net/science/files/virus/page.html All living things are susceptible to viral infections ... plants, animals, or bacteria can all be infected by a virus specific for that type of organism. [b]Moreover, within an individual species there may be a hundred or more different viruses which can infect that species alone.[/b] There are viruses which infect only humans (for example, smallpox), viruses which infect humans and one or two additional kinds of animals (for example, influenza), viruses which infect only a certain kind of plant (for example, the tobacco mosaic virus), and some viruses which infect only a particular species of bacteria (for example, the bacteriophage which infects E. coli). [/quote]
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In a ewe that was carrying twins, she would have a job lambing it. You would have to pull it out," said farmer Clive Sleightholme.
"The legs were fused together and tucked underneath, its head was angular, not formed properly.
"They had undershot jaws and they weren't fleshed out properly but nearly every one was alive when it was pulled out but only lived seconds up to a minute."
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