Study: Bats harbor 66 virus strains that could harm humans, animals

04/24/2012 | National Post (Canada)

Scientists in Germany and elsewhere found 66 new paramyxovirus species in bats, part of the group that causes diseases in humans and animals including measles, mumps and rinderpest. It's not clear whether these new viruses are transmissible to people, but experts say the potential for transmission is increased due to decreasing bat habitats.

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