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Deadly seal virus could be spreading faster from melting Arctic ice

FOXNews.com Friday, 8 November 2019
A deadly virus impacting seals may be spreading faster due to the loss of Arctic sea ice from warming temperatures.
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News video: A Measles Type Virus Is Killing Thousands Of Seals

A Measles Type Virus Is Killing Thousands Of Seals 00:38

As the planet warms, Arctic ice continues to thaw at a rapid rate, threatening sea life across the globe. A new study shows the disappearance of Arctic sea ice has allowed a deadly virus to spread among seal and otter populations. The phocine distemper virus was previously limited to the Atlantic...

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