Ticks in Balance: Break the Balance and Suffer more Ticks


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 04 January 2018

 

Ticks in Balance
Break the Balance and Suffer more Ticks

Morris Animal Foundation-funded study shows importance of wildlife in controlling ticks,
Morris Animal Foundation, January 3, 2018.

 

Killing our planet's Natural Balances are bad for everything, and humans too, eventually.

"...a decrease in wildlife populations causes an upsurge in local tick populations, potentially increasing the threat of infectious diseases globally."

"... when large wildlife were excluded from defined areas, tick populations rose by 130 percent to 225 percent depending on the dryness of climate."

 

 

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