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There is a Leprosy Outbreak in Wild Chimps For First Time in History

The dangers of human-animal contact continue to manifest.

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Kimberley Hockings works at Cantanhez National Park in Guinea Bissau near the west coast of Africa. She saw four chimpanzees with lesions on their face and hands that were unlike any…

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