Experts say that a population of rhesus macaques infected with a deadly herpes virus in central Florida is on the verge of doubling, which increases the risk that the virus will be transmitted to humans. Advertisement According to local ABC-affiliate WFTV, the approximately 200 rhesus macaques that roam Silver Springs State Park were brought to Florida in the 1930s and were originally contained on an island within the park.

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