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Coronavirus: Pangolins may have carried virus between bats and humans, study says

HEALTH & SCIENCE

According to the new study, pangolin could be the missing link in the cause of coronavirus

Coronavirus: Pangolins may have carried virus between bats and humans, study says

By Mirror | 1 year ago

Kenya among hotspots fueling rise in pangolin trafficking

Kenya among hotspots fueling rise in pangolin trafficking

Pangolins, are recognised as the world’s most trafficked mammal where poachers target their keratin scales to fill the demand for scales and meat

Caroline Chebet | 7 months ago

Coronavirus: Pangolins may have carried virus between bats and humans, study says

According to the new study, pangolin could be the missing link in the cause of coronavirus

Mirror | 1 year ago

China scientists identify pangolin as possible coronavirus host

Health experts think it may have originated in bats and then passed to humans, possibly via another species

Reuters | 1 year ago

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