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As many influenza,s have been found through government studies in the Arctic's melting glaciers and lakes,as far back as 2005 the movement by birds, marine host in ballast water, and other marine mammals are all subjects politicians who support economic globalization will try and avoid addressing as new shipping lanes open in the Arctic with diluted salinity.

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