The type and frequency of animals coming down with COVID is trying to tell us something about the future of the pandemic. Scientists are on the case

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“Tiger in U.S. zoo tests positive for coronavirus, becomes first animal to get COVID-19,” an April 2020 headline proclaimed. The story was referencing 4-year-old Malayan tiger, Nadia, who contracted COVID early in the pandemic, along with six other tigers at the Bronx Zoo—likely after being cared for by a presymptomatic zoo worker. It was the first in what would become a steady stream of s...

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