Reducing deer populations may reduce risk of Lyme disease
Reduced deer populations can lead to a reduction in Lyme disease cases, researchers in Connecticut have found that after a 13-year study was conducted.
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#1 Jul 2, 2014
The best way to describe this is - "DUUUUUHHHHHHH"
No kidding, we build neighborhoods in heavily wooded areas - prime Whitetail habitat - then restrict hunting there, then wonder why we have problems with deer eating our begonias and spreading a disease TIGHTLY associated with deer. Thirteen years to figure that out?? A ten year old can see the association with simple common sense after only a quick statement of key facts.
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