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“Giving further fuel to the debate is the recent finding that only one creature in the animal kingdom is 100% monogamous for life-- the Schistosoma mansonii, a parasitic worm that lives in the human body and engages in lifelong copulation with its mate.”
“A review of schistosomiasis in immigrants in Western Australia, demonstrating the unusual longevity of Schistosoma mansoni.”
“Evidence for immune-facilitated excretion of schistosome eggs from patients with Schistosoma mansoni and human immunodeficiency virus coinfections.”
“If we were following Schistosoma haemotobium, it would take another route to the bladder.”
“Consider the blood fluke Schistosoma mansoni, a tiny missile just emerged from its snail and swimming through a pond in search of a human ankle.”
“The best studied are schistosomes, such as Schistosoma mansoni, which cause the disease schistisomiasis.”
“In China, another blood fluke that had been living in rats, Schistosoma japonicum, moved into humans.”
“Schistosoma mansoni stops near the large intestine.”
“Ever since then, the fluke Schistosoma mansoni has lived in our veins.”
“Schistosoma also known as the blood fluke infects more than 200 million people.”
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