@NatGeo
National Geographic
4 days ago
Climate change, as well as fungicide overuse in agriculture, have driven a rise in fungi capable of infecting people and evading the limited arsenal humans possess to fight them
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@ChefStentor
Stentor Danielson
4 days ago
@NatGeo Government officials have assured me that "lalala I can't hear you" is effective against a wide range of pathogens.
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@Teh_Husky
Teh_Husky
4 days ago
@NatGeo With covid weakening everyone yep
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@primiq
primiq
4 days ago
@NatGeo Watch out ladies, I'm about to become a real fungi. 🤓
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@Connie19601
Connie1960
4 days ago
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@the_little_sar
tsarchik
3 days ago
@Connie19601 @NatGeo Probably shouldn’t be using a paper bag in a fungi pandemic
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@DejectedDan
Dan
4 days ago
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@fitodurante
Fito Durante
4 days ago
@NatGeo Terrorist propaganda.
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@MahloSeshego
Seshego Mahlo
4 days ago
@NatGeo To be told that you are immune compromised is a serious scare in era of COVID 19.
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@StanTheGoatman
Theodore
4 days ago
@MahloSeshego @NatGeo Butt I bet Monkeypox wont scare the "rave crowd"
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@Kellijuana
Kelli
4 days ago
@NatGeo Oh holy shit here comes the zombie apocalypse
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