How ancient is the Ebola virus?
I am assuming the Ebola virus is millions of years old as we are told such viruses are ancient. It may be possible that Ebola is an ancient primate disease that arises when primate/human numbers are too high.
I was under the impression that Ebola comes from bats. Viruses mutate extremely rapidly, so it may be that Ebola is not very old at all.
I reckon Ebola virus is a very ancient microbe. The virus may exist since ancient times when there no specific tools to detect it microscopically. However, it is believed to be discovered by a young medical scientist in 1976.
by Mandy 4 years ago
Are you concerned about the effects of the Ebola Virus if it spreads beyond the borders of Africa?
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by Beth Perry 4 years ago
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