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Anthrax sickens 13 in western Siberia, and a thawed-out reindeer corpse may be to blame

By Ben Guarino, Washington Post

First a heatwave hit Siberia. Then came the anthrax. In one of the more unusual symptoms of unseasonable warmth, long-dormant bacteria appear to be active. For the first time since 1941, anthrax struck western Siberia.

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