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Scientists called danger of death of beaches


Global warming leads to wide circulation "devouring flesh" bacteria on beaches. At the American University of Cooper scientists found new danger of death of beaches. Live Science reports about it. Experts learned that deadly bacteria "devouring flesh" can widely extend on world beaches. Global warming and temperature increase of water is the reason. "Devouring flesh" microorganisms of Vibrio vulnificus cause sepsis, extensive destruction of leather and connecting fabrics. Scientists studied five hard cases of bacterial infections at the people who caught because of water or seafood from Delaware Bay. The problem is that Vibrio vulnificus lives in rather warm waters - above 13 degrees Celsius. Because of global warming of a bacterium expand an area of the dwelling, moving to the north. The seafood caught in the infected water and water at contact with wounds and scratches on a body can be dangerous. Earlier scientists predicted death of millions by 2050. Also it was reported that the new danger of fast food was called. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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