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Decrease in bubonic plague cases may be an effect of climate change

There isn’t much plague going around these days, and scientists say it’s partly due to climate change. America has 10-20 cases every year; 1-3 die. They studied the climate in 13 Western states, concluding that warmer nights led to earlier snow melt, drier burrows, and fewer fleas and cases.

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