SARS-CoV-2. It has been more than a year when he is shaking the world. And scientists remain divided at its core. However, a team is publishing a study today which suggests that global warming may have played a major role in its emergence.
A new one on January 7, 2020was recognized. The Will soon become responsible for a From which we are still not out. Human activities were soon blamed. Weakening of the boundary between Savage and Maine, more precisely. but (United Kingdom) suggests that today Could play a major role.
Remember that the common viruses of the coronavirus are. Thus the number of coronaviruses present in a geographic area and likely to migrate to humans seems to be naturally associated with the number Also present in the area. The more bats there are, the higher the risk of transmission. Researchers try to establish why “Specific Money” Bats have evolved throughout the world in the last century.
Between the period 1901–1930 and the period 1990–2019, he estimated that approximately forty new species of bats inhabit the Yunnan region in southern China. The lot from which SARS-CoV-2 seems to have emerged – although this is yet to be confirmed. And this news “Specific Money” Will result fromWhich would have made the area more bat friendly. And in particular, the vegetation of the region.
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OfHigh temperatures, rising temperatures, altered rainfall patterns and low cloud cover have transformed the area to savanna and leafy forests in the east mostly by tropical shrubs. That bats are particularly fond of. Several new species of bats are flourishing in the region, with researchers estimating about 100 additional coronaviruses.
He also noted that by colonizing new areas of the world, bats could interact with animals they had not encountered until then. So maybeUltimately it can be doubted that SARS-CoV-2 is finally possible to be transported to humans – which remains to be confirmed.
Climate change has played an important role in the development / transmission of SARS-COV-2. Changes in CO2, temper, rainfall have led to better conditions for bats in Yunnan Province, Laos and Myanmar, China, where potential ancestors of SARS-COV-1 and SARS-COV-2 originated from 1/2 . pic.twitter.com/YJPNINsZ2v
– Dr. Ali Noori (@AliNouriPhD) 7 February, 2021
If the community finds the study to be interesting, many experts, who did not participate in it, express some reservations about these findings. Because it ignores other factors, which can affect human activities, hunting, appearance likeOr pollution. Because it is partly based on data that is too fragmented. For example, cloud cover of the region over the last hundred years. And perhaps above all, because it possesses knowledge about bats and their optimal habitat, experts believe they have not actually documented.
They point out that crossing the species barrier is a complex process that adds to ecological risk, but also human risk and vulnerability. this muchAnd The degradation of humans as well as the natural environment by farming in particular has probably played a major role. Of SARS-CoV-2.