Animal Viruses Are Jumping to Humans. Forest Loss Makes It Easier.
New research from Stanford University holds lessons for a world reeling from the coronavirus and searching for ways to avert the next global pandemic.
The destruction of forests into fragmented patches is increasing the likelihood that viruses and other pathogens will jump from wild animals to humans, according to a study from Stanford University published this month.
The research, which focused on contact between humans and primates in western Uganda, holds lessons for a world ree...