Is Myxomatosis Dangerous to Humans?


Myxomatosis is a disease that affects rabbits and it is caused by the Myxoma virus. The disease does not affect humans and was first observed in Uruguay in laboratory rabbits. It was applied as an attempt to reduce the rabbit population in Australia in 1950.
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Myxomatosis is not harmful to humans. This is because Myxomatosis only occurs in wild and domestic rabbits. It is caused by Myxoma virus. It has an incubation ...
Myxomatosis is spread by insects and fleas it is not contagious as such because it needs a flea to carry the disease from one rabbit to the other. Although humans ...
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