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    Tick- and mosquito-borne diseases prevalent in shelter dogs


    Ticks and mosquitoes are expanding their geographic range due to warming temperatures, frequently bringing disease, and a new study suggests shelter dogs in the eastern U.S. may be bearing the brunt of that burden.

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    Bacteria found thousands of metres high in the sky


    Researchers have discovered the widespread presence of prokaryotic and eukaryotic eDNA in the atmosphere, including pathogenic bacteria and bacteria previously unknown to be present in the atmosphere but found in other extreme environments such as deep-sea sediment.