Nature World News (New York, Jan. 28) — A new Illinois study, recently published in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases, details how waterway contamination may be the same way that toxoplasmosis is becoming so worryingly prevalent in Illinois, where heavy rainfall is causing watershed areas to become flooded with parasite eggs.
* Phys. Org (Jan. 28)
* Science Newsline (Jan. 28)
* Science Week (Jan. 28)
* The Wildlife Society (website) (Feb. 4)
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