A new study on foot-and-mouth disease in African buffalo could help explain how some extremely infectious pathogens are able to continue and reach the prevalent stage in a population long after they have burned through their first pool of vulnerable hosts.
Zoo Aquarium Madrid welcomed giant panda twins six decades after the historic live birth in captivity of a giant panda in 1963 in Beijing Zoo. They are so tiny that they looked like screaming jelly beans.
A raccoon in Raritan Township was tested positive for rabies. Residents in contact are advised to immediately seek medical care, while pet owners are also advised to have their animals vaccinated at the nearest veterinarian clinic.