Scientists Say Climate Change May Have Fueled ZikaBy and
The epidemic follows a record-hot summer in Latin America
Mosquito carrying the virus bites more often in warm weather
Climate change may have fueled the outbreak of the mosquito-born Zika virus in Latin American and make it harder for developing countries to manage future epidemics, researchers said.
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