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The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife reported that they had received reports of two cases of tularemia "rabbit fever" are according to KFOR are urging hunters in the Sooner State to keep their distance from rabbits that are behaving erratically.  

 

Tularemia can be spread through flea and tick bites as well as contact with an infected animal.  Hunters are urged to wear tick repellant, wear gloves when handling wild game and not drink from any streams or rivers.

 

If infected, tularemia can be treated with antibiotics. 

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