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Insect-eating bats that inhabited a hollow tree in a remote village in Guinea may have been the source of the world's biggest Ebola epidemic.
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An entire plant virus is reconstituted from DNA in the 700-year-old sample.
A doctor who recently returned to New York from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tests positive for the deadly virus.
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