The Plague Is Not Gone, Thanks To Mice

The Plague Is Not Gone, Thanks To Mice

Beginning in the 1300s, the Black Plague claimed between 75 million and 200 million deaths across Europe, Asia, and North Africa. The plague was caused by a bacterium called Yersinia pestis. It was carried mainly by rats, and transmitted to humans via flea bites. The...
What Diseases Do Mice Carry?

What Diseases Do Mice Carry?

They chew through your stuff, they contaminate your food, and they even spread diseases throughout your household or workplace. A mouse in the house can be dangerous to deal with, so you will want to call a professional mouse exterminator in Chicago. Mouse prevention...
     
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