Conditions fuel rabbit fever in Colorado

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Conditions fuel rabbit fever in Colorado

Tularemia can be mistaken for flu
A rabbit dines on the lawn surrounding a car dealership in Littleton. A damp spring has provided rabbits with ample food supplies and, as a result, has increased the population of rabbits, which, in turn, has upped the risk for a relatively rare bacterial disease in the state - tularemia, or rabbit fever.

Conditions fuel rabbit fever in Colorado

A rabbit dines on the lawn surrounding a car dealership in Littleton. A damp spring has provided rabbits with ample food supplies and, as a result, has increased the population of rabbits, which, in turn, has upped the risk for a relatively rare bacterial disease in the state - tularemia, or rabbit fever.
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