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I absolutely LOVE the graphics in this article: https://t.co/3gB00TupgU But I want to draw your attention to this figure. Please note that VAST majority of #bat species are not implicated in #virus spillover. #Zoonotic events are unpredictable and bats are not the culprit. https://t.co/ZyoJ5ar2Od
Beautiful graphics about bats and viruses. Not all combinations, but explaining some of the reasons why we see bat borne zoonoses. In part: a numbers game, their ancient evolutionary history, and their lifestyles clashing with ours @PeterDaszak https://t.co/QsszXm5mYQ
The COVID-19 outbreak started with bats, and many deadly viruses in the past have also originated from bats, including the Ebola outbreaks in Western Africa. But what makes these flying mammals such ideal hosts for disease-causing viruses? https://t.co/Lw36hHmRbp https://t.co/5uvmtxJd8B
“My father is not a criminal, not a robber. Why are you taking him with guns?” “Don’t you feel shame?” “If even a little thing happens to my father, we will crush you into pieces!” @walone4 @poppymcp @aditibhandari #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar https://t.co/gkPgqetgoq @Reuters
Reuters Graphic: #Myanmar’s new wave of detainees - #AungSanSuuKyi, politicians, doctors, fortune-teller, 154 members of the government and parliament, 148 members of the Union Election Commission, 84 NLD members, 391 civilians, civil society people. https://t.co/Vv6BCg3jpc
Hard to hold back tears reading this story and watching the gut-wrenching footage of people being detained for no reason. So many lost years, so many families torn apart. So many shattered dreams, ruined lives. #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar https://t.co/en31w7Xzu8
Myanmar’s new wave of detainees: Since the country’s military seized power in a coup on Feb. 1, overthrowing elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, security forces have detained more than 1,000 people, hundreds at protests and many more in raids https://t.co/Z4AvAD8ZKd https://t.co/v3SLM59D2p
According to the latest report from the WHO's Joint Mission, the intermediate host which passed the novel #coronavirus from 🦇 bats to🧍humans is still to be identified. Here we explain zoonotic viruses and why bats carry so many of them. #COVID19 https://t.co/b4Sc2fauOU
🦇 As the @WHO reaches its findings on the zoonotic origins of the coronavirus, @jhjanicki and @SimonScarr explain why bats make such ideal hosts for disease-causing viruses https://t.co/GZSsH79laS Illustrations by @CatherineTai5 1/7 https://t.co/0Q73AHmgX7
Conservation More than 200 bat species (~15%) in 60 countries are considered threatened with extinction and more than 20 are critically endangered. In addition, eight bat species have been documented as having gone extinct in the recent past 6/7 https://t.co/i3qwgcFAwR