Anyone who's taken a history class knows that the Black Death, the outbreak of bubonic plague that decimated Europe's population in the mid-1300s, was spread by rats. It may surprise you to know, however, that important research is still being done on this centuries-old pandemic, and a new study may have just changed everything you know about it. According to researchers at the University of Oslo, the rats were framed. It was dirty humans all along.
Bubonic is the New Black
Problems with the Rat Hypothesis
Written by Ashley Hamer February 21, 2018
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