Zika virus, mosquitos and climate change: A possible equation

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Adriana de Jesús Salamán
Mosquito Aedes aegipti (es.dengue.info/Flickr)

First dengue, then chikungunya, and now zika, all viruses caused by the same mosquito... Why does the proliferation of these insects continue to rise in Puerto Rico and the World? For the geographist, José Seguinot, this is due to their ability to adapt to their environment and might be related to climate change.

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