Scientists tracking spread of tapeworm that can move from coyotes to dogs

There are 1 comment on the Brandon Sun story from Sep 13, 2012, titled Scientists tracking spread of tapeworm that can move from coyotes to dogs. In it, Brandon Sun reports that:

A coyote peers from the edge of a marsh in Bayou Pete, a tributary of Breton Sound Out off the coast of Louisiana on May 2, 2010.

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Darlene

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#1 Sep 16, 2012

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