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College of William & Mary: Deer, Fragmented Forests, Ticks, Lyme-Like Disease, Little Praise for Possums
October 18, 2019
WILLIAMSBURG, Virginia, Oct. 18 [TNSbiologyresearch] -- The College of William and Mary issued the following news story:

Ticks were evidently so rare in Samuel Clemens' Hannibal that a single live specimen had value enough to tempt Tom Sawyer to part with his newly shed tooth. Matthias Leu says it was the same in the Switzerland of his more recent youth.

"When I was a boy, I spent all my time in the forest," Leu said. "I never saw one tick. And in Switzer . . .

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