What Are the Examples of Biological Disasters?

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Biological disasters of normal origin are mostly the result of the access of a virulent organism into an audience of prone people living in a manner suitable to the spread of the contagion. In crowded areas, anthrax binges by spore dispersion in the air. Small pox binges by sprays, typhus and plague spread through lice, fleas and rodents. The average rife spreads locally and dies down if the contagion is localized, but there have been instances where diseases have spread widely, even across national boundaries. Disasters have occurred when environmental factors were conducive.
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