05 June 2017; volume 372, issue 1722
Rapid rates of land-use change alters wildlife communities and can dramatically modify zoonotic disease risk. In Laikipia, Kenya, where this image was taken, livestock are increasingly competing with and replacing large wildlife, such as these zebra, changing risk of rodent and tick borne diseases. (Image © Robert Pringle).
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