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Many white-tailed deer have malaria: Researchers discover first-ever native malaria in the Americas




Two years ago, Ellen Martinsen, was collecting mosquitoes at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, looking for malaria that might infect birds—when she discovered something strange: a DNA profile, from parasites in the mosquitoes, that she couldn’t identify.




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Many white-tailed deer have malaria: Researchers discover first-ever native malaria in the Americas

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