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    Zombie Deer Disease Rears Its Ugly Head: Canadian Government Issues Stark Warning About ALWAYS FATAL Infection

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    Earlier this year, an infectious disease expert warned that a deadly disease found in deer could infect humans in the near future.

    Often referred to as “zombie deer” disease because of the symptoms, Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been reported in at least 26 states in the continental United States and in four provinces in Canada. In addition, CWD has been reported in reindeer and/or moose in Norway, Finland, and Sweden, and a small number of imported cases have been reported in South Korea. The disease has also been found in farmed deer and elk.

    To view a map that shows the distribution of CWD in North America, click here: Expanding Distribution of Chronic Wasting Disease


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    In USA the disease has been known for more than 50 years (long time in all states which have any kind of deers). The disease has dispersed to new areas via humans actions (moving animals) and/or via animals itself (all deers will migrate naturally).

    In Canada first case was found 1996.


    Here in Europe just now (much later):

    First case in Norway 2016:

    First case in Sweden 2019:

    First case in Finland 2018 (Kuhmo)


    (I bet Russians have it too ... but like with western homesexuels etc. ... nope; ''they don't'').


    The disease itself is someway similar as BSE (UK / Central Europe .... ''mad cows'' ... some 10-15 years ago). If any remember that?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bovine...encephalopathy

    Or lambs' scrapie:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrapie


    The disease can not be checked via meat samples ... for diagnosis is needed sample from brains (''deer's head'' basically)
    In most cases the sick animals have been adults ... 3 - 7 years old. The animal will die in 4 months.

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    I know experts say it's unlikely, but I think CWD is going to make the species jump and maybe already has. There's pretty worrying overlap between human cases of mad cow and venison consumption and they successfully infected monkeys... not too far from us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coillearnach View Post
    I know experts say it's unlikely, but I think CWD is going to make the species jump and maybe already has. There's pretty worrying overlap between human cases of mad cow and venison consumption and they successfully infected monkeys... not too far from us.
    With BCE there was real link to food/feed stuff what humans gave to cows .... perhaps someway same with scrapie and lambs (as being farm animals) ... I have never studied that more as we don't have lambs at home. I just wonder how CWD has developed? Could it even be that some humans action (with farm animals) have caused that and it just have jumped to wild deers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    With BCE there was real link to food/feed stuff what humans gave to cows .... perhaps someway same with scrapie and lambs (as being farm animals) ... I have never studied that more as we don't have lambs at home.
    From what I remember other cows mostly got it because the food they got while in their stables also contained grounded up cows.

    I just wonder how CWD has developed? Could it even be that some humans action (with farm animals) have caused that and it just have jumped to wild deers?
    Maybe. From what I have just read CWD could also be spread trough faecal matter. Which would then lead to contamination of the grass eaten by these animals. Alto I do not know if there has been any research done in that regards. And the wiki on it seems to indicate that the origin is still unknown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GroeneWolf View Post
    From what I remember other cows mostly got it because the food they got while in their stables also contained grounded up cows.



    Maybe. From what I have just read CWD could also be spread trough faecal matter. Which would then lead to contamination of the grass eaten by these animals. Alto I do not know if there has been any research done in that regards. And the wiki on it seems to indicate that the origin is still unknown.
    Contamination of the grass? ... contamination caused by humans actions ... I say then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    With BCE there was real link to food/feed stuff what humans gave to cows .... perhaps someway same with scrapie and lambs (as being farm animals) ... I have never studied that more as we don't have lambs at home. I just wonder how CWD has developed? Could it even be that some humans action (with farm animals) have caused that and it just have jumped to wild deers?
    I remember reading about some link between scrapie and mad cow in that the former possibly caused the latter through feed, apparently all mammals have the potentiality for prion diseases and we could and have passed them to each other. We'd probably be closer to an answer if we knew how sheep got scrapie to begin with. I'm pretty sure farmers in the 18th century weren't feed sheep TO sheep, perhaps the husbandry was too intensive in small spaces due to high demand for wool and half-decomposed material was building up in the grass the sheep ate? Going off that theory, maybe there is too high a concentration of dead deer because we have eliminated most of their natural predators?

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