The origins (4/6)

The Black Death was a bacteria-borne disease, specifically by the bacteria known as Yersinia pestis. The details of this bacteria are not important, however it is known that it was carried commonly by rats and the fleas that often lived off them. At the time, public hygiene was at a low and rats were common in just about every corner of the country, allowing the disease to spread quickly.

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Symptoms (3/6)

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