Texas county sees rise in animal rabies cases:

12/3/2010 | Amarillo Globe-News (Texas)

The incidence of animal rabies in Randall County, Texas, has increased from zero in 2008 to seven so far this year, according to a regional zoonosis control veterinarian. Skunks are the main carriers of the virus, which attacks the central nervous system and leads to drastic behavioral changes.

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