Tests conducted on 800 wild animals reveal shocking results


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  • Monday, 24 Feb 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Seven new viruses have been discovered in about 800 animals sampled in Malaysian forests last year.

EcoHealth Alliance Malaysia project coordinator Tom Hughes said the viruses were found in many animals tested in the peninsula.

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