Calif. confirms plague in 3 squirrels

06/12/2013 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Three squirrels in California tested positive for the plague, and authorities are warning people in San Diego County to stay away from wildlife. Plague is generally transmitted by flea bites, but infected animals may also transmit the disease through a bite, according to ecologist Chris Conlan.

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