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Why There Are No Zebras In Porton Down

by | 13th, October 2014

Malcolm Broster of MOD Chemical Defence Establishment at Porton Down, alongside one of the warning signs on the Gruinard Island, which has been sealed-off from the public for almost 45 years.Work has now commenced for the decontamination of the island, which was used for 13 anthrax trials in 1942 and 1943 Ref #: PA.7356756  Date: 09/07/1986

ANTHRAX makes your greass greener:

A zebra in Africa might run from predators, such as lions, but it will happily run  toward  the deadly anthrax bacterium.

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