‘Climate Change’ Is At Fault For Animal Bites Or Something

There is always something new for the Cult of Climastrolgy to link to their cult. There used to be a massive list of all the things blamed/linked to ‘climate change’, which is sadly gone. You have other ones here and here, and some others around. This would be perfect

From the article

Animal-related injuries lead to health care costs of more than $1 billion a year in the United States, according to a new study — and they’re happening more often.

The rate of all animal attack injuries has increased over the past 10 years, according to Dr. Joseph Forrester, one of the authors of the study published Tuesday in the BMJ. He anticipates that it will continue to rise, partially because of climate change.

The most common cause of injury is bites from non-venomous arthropods, the group that includes spiders, mosquitoes, ticks and centipedes. As temperatures rise, the habitats of some of these creatures will get larger as they will be able to survive in more places, meaning they are able to injure more people.

The habitats of larger animals, such as bears, are overlapping more and more with human developments and recreational activities, as well, so injuries from these animals could also increase, the study says.

So, in reality, it’s just a matter of more humans going where the animals and such are. But, hey, they always have to include ‘climate change’ because that’s what cultists do.

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4 Responses to “‘Climate Change’ Is At Fault For Animal Bites Or Something”

  1. Jethro says:

    The most common cause of injury is bites from non-venomous arthropods, the group that includes spiders, mosquitoes, ticks and centipedes. As temperatures rise, the habitats of some of these creatures will get larger as they will be able to survive in more places, meaning they are able to injure more people.

    Doesn’t that seem reasonable.

  2. Professor Hale says:

    Nothing a little DDT can’t solve.

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