Study shows reverse zoonosis from humans to Antarctic seabirds
New research published in the journal Science of the Total Environment has found widespread evidence of human-linked pathogens among Antarctic seabirds, including penguins, brown skuas, southern giant petrels and kelp gulls, for the first time suggesting reverse zoonosis from humans to seabirds in three findings:Detection of a zoonotic Salmonella serovar (ser. Enteritidis) and Campylobacter species (e.g. C. jejuni), typical of human infections;
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