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Meat from protected animals on sale in Belgium - New Scientist Daily - 25 Nov 20

Monkey and antelope meat from protected African species are being sold illegally at markets in Brussels. Plus: mosquitoes may carry more malaria parasites depending on when they bite.

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    MOSQUITOES’ PECKING ORDER

    Mosquitoes carry more malaria parasites depending on when they bite

    Mosquitoes carry more malaria parasites depending on when they bite

    When a malaria-infected bird is bitten by mosquitoes over the course of 3 hours, the first insects to feed end up carrying fewer malaria parasites …

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