Just days after CNN claimed climate change was a leading factor behind the Central American migrant caravan, the network now believes global warming is directly causing more “animal attacks” against humans.
“Animal-related injuries lead to health care costs of more than $1 billion a year in the United States, according to a new study — and they’re happening more often,” writes CNN.
“The rate of all animal attack injuries has increased over the past 10 years, according to Dr. Joseph Forrester, one of the authors of the study published Tuesday in the BMJ. He anticipates that it will continue to rise, partially because of climate change,” adds the author.
The article suggests a drastic increase in insect-carried diseases will kill countless more people because hosts will be “able to survive in more places, meaning they are able to injure more people.”
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