The tsetse flies have been sterilized with radiation, and researchers hope their release into the wild will reduce the overall population of the insects. That would be a blessing, as tsetse flies spread the disease trypanosomiasis, which causes the potentially fatal “sleeping sickness” in humans and paralysis and death in livestock. RP
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