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Loss of Rainforests Contributes to Disease Processes According to Study.

Mycobacterium ulcerans, the bacteria that cause Buruli skin lesions and bone deformities, can thrive in a wide range of wild creatures, especially tiny insects grazing on freshwater algae, says Aaron Morris, now at Imperial College London. Surveying more than 3,600 invertebrates and fish from both pristine forests and cleared land in French Guiana, Morris and colleagues found the bacteria flourishing in altered landscapes.”

Read more about changing landscapes and what they can do at https://www.sciencenews.org/article/losing-tropical-forest-might-raise-risks-human-skin-ulcers-deformed-bones?tgt=nr

You can also find out more about the rainforest, soil erosion and other earth science issues when you visit How Things Work Science Projects and find the best of science projects for your science class or your science fair project.

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