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October 2, 2022
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Invasive slug-snail hybrid is spreading rare rat lungworm disease in Hawaii – Daily Mail

Invasive slug-snail hybrid is spreading rare rat lungworm disease in Hawaii - Daily Mail thumbnail

An invasive half-slug creature could be behind the cases of rat lungworm disease in Hawaii, a new study finds.
Between 2007 and 2017, 82 cases of the parasitic infection have been recorded in the Aloha State.  
Rat lungworm disease is caused by a parasite c…
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