Zoo residents harbor human pathogens

10/12/2011 | 7th Space Interactive

Non-human primates in zoos harbor common pathogenic human protozoa such as Giardia and Entamoeba, according to a study at the zoological garden of Rome. Researchers underscored the need for regular testing of zoo residents to monitor the risk of potential disease transmission to zoo keepers and other humans in contact with the animals.

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